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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 
20 JANUARY 1987 3:00 p.m. 
THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROOM 
MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 



COMMISSIONERS 

-■Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

""Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

~~Vernon Alley 
"" Timothy Duncan 

Stanley Eichelbaum 
— 'Jo Hanson 
— William Paterson 
--Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
—George T. Rockrise 
Pate r Rodriguez 
' ; i\vlyne C. Swig 
"FM. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



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N D A 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



Avis Signage at Kearny Street/ 
William Klenck 



PHASE (S) 



I, II, III 



II 



Maiden Lane Closure/Orvis San Francisco/ III 
Michael Chamberlain 



SUBMISSIONS BY PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

III. Replacement of Street Lighting on I 
Van Ness Avenue between Market and 
North Point/Lynn Pio 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

IV. 101 Grove Street/Handicapped Ramp/ III 
Steve Dobbs 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

V. Civic Center Lighting/Shannon Maloney (review only) 

ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION ONLY 

Discussion of Academy of Science Restoration 
Project 




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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of 1-20-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



AVIS SIGNAGE @KEARNEY STREET 



PHASE 1 ' IX » 11T 



AGENDA ITEM: 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Ve rcg^AMpy 
h V Duncan 

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W ""_' .'aterson 
Pete. Kodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



1 PRESENTED BY: William Klenck, District Manager 
= — 575 Post Street, S.F., CA 94109 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



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Addition of Signage by reducing number of 
signs and installation of a new sign using only 

"AVIS" trademark, 45 X 73" 



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Committee Recommendation: 



APPROVED 



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Subject to: 



For the Committee: , Chairperson 

The Arts commission, at its meetin^'of 2 February 1987 
Resolution No.: CC22-87- 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commission: 



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Director of, Cultural Affairs 




45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



July 21, 1987 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
C V ^ T. Rockrise 
f -ison Jodriguez 
► ,'vne C. Swig 
. -^§\. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



Mr. Ray King, Director 

San Francisco Parking Authority 

25 Van Ness Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Ray: 

This is in response to your memo of July 15, 1987, 
regarding St. Mary's Square Garage commercial space. 
According to our records, Mr. William Klenck appeared 
before the Civic Design Committee of January 20, 1987, 
and obtained approval for the Avis signage only. We 
have no record of any submissions, reviews or approvals 
for other signage or for an awning. However, because the 
staff person who attended the meeting is no longer with 
the Arts Commission, we cannot verify that these items 
were not presented in a more informal manner. 

Should your Commission wish to have these two items 

(the sunglass signage and the awning design) approved by 

our Commission, the August meeting of Civic Design will 

be held on the 18th, and the September meeting will be 

held on the 15th. Requests for placement on the Civic Design 

agenda should be submitted in writing to the Arts Commission 

no later than five working days before the meeting. 



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I hope that this information proves useful to you. If 
I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to 
let me know. 



incerely, 





Re^na Almagtrer 

Coordinator, Art in Public Places 



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City and County of San Francisco 




DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Mayor 

July 15, 1987 



Parking Authority 



Members: 

JOHN PATRICK SHORT 
Chairman 

MICHAELS. SALARNO 
Vice Chairman 

Q.TODD DICKINSON 
E. PORCHER HESTER 
JAMES K. HO 

RAY KING 
Director 

KEVIN M.HAGERTY 
Assistant Director 



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MEMORANDUM 



TO: 



FROM: 



SUBJECT: 



Claire Isaacs, Arts 
Ray King, Director 



ST. MARY'S SQUARE 




COMMERCIAL SPACE 



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At the meeting of the Parking Authority last week, one of the 
commissioners wanted to insure that the signs and awning out- 
side of the commercial space at 433 Kearny Street have complied 
with all City requirements. 

There is an awning that protrudes over the sidewalk, an "Avis" 
sign, and a sign for the sunglass shop. According to my under- 
standing of the Code, all three of these items should have been 
cleared by the Arts Commission before installation, and I would 
appreciate your letting me know if that approval was obtained 
from your commission. 

RK/lc 
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(415) 558-4675 



25 Van Ness Ave., Suite 410 



San Francisco CA 94102-4576 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 310 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

I he Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of 1-20-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



MAIDEN LANE CLOSURE 



PHASE 



III 



Dianne Feinslein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
jo Hanson 



Roselyn' c Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
President? of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Libraiy Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: 



MICHAEL CHAMBERLAIN 



ORVIS SAN FRANCISCO 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



GATES AND LIGHTS ON MAIDEN LANE 
REPLACING CHAIN. 



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Committee Recommendation: 



APPROVED 




Subject to: 



For the Committee 
The Arts commissi 

Resolution No.: CC22-87- 

as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: 



Chairperson 
February 1987 



approved the project submission 






Director of Cultural Affairs 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San hanclsco, CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of i-20-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: STRE E T LIGHTIN G ON VAN NESS AVENUE PHASE 1 



Di.innc Teinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 

|o Hanson 

^^^- -^~«. r< - on 

Roselynv Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA ITEM: 



FROM" VAN NESS AVENUE TO MARKET 
TO NORTHPOINT 
PRESENTED BY: LYNN PIO/PUC 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 

Poles from 1915 deteriorating and in need of replacement by Hetch 
Hetchy. Proposal is to recast poles in steel and ornamentation 
while raising height, renewing wires and use of different lamps. 
Will make possible removal of some Muni possible. 






Committee Recommendation: APPROVED 
maintaining of orLgina,! b/ue 



Subject to: 



old color 



For the Committee: 




, Chairperson 



The Arts commissioh, at its Meeting of 2 February 1987 , 

Resolution No.: CC22-87- approved he project submission 

as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: 




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Director of Cultural Affairs 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting o 1 1-20-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 101 GROVE STREET, HANDICAPPED RAMP pRASE 



III 



Dianne Fcinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 

Roselyifl^c Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. Jr. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA ITEM: 4 



PRESENTED BY: 



STEVE DOBBS/DPW ARCHITECTURE 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



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Committee Recommendation: APPROVED 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 




, Chairperson 



The Arts commission, It its meeting of 2 February 1987 , 

Resolution No.: CC22-87- approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 



For the Commission: 




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Director of Cultural Affairs 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACT! ' ' M RECOMMENDATION FORM 

45 Hyde Street 

s^ e Fr!nLo.CA94io2 The Civic Design Committe e of the San Francisco Ajrts Commission, at its 

meeting of 1-20-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: CIVIC CENTER LIGHTING 



PHASE REVIEW ONLY 



Dianne Teinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 

| queline Nemerovski 

resident 

Revert LaRocca 
Vi< e President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 

Roselyi^^ Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



PRESENTED BY: Shannon Maloney/DPW Engineering 



Review of lighting schemes for Civic Center Plaza flag poles on interim 
basis similar to lights at Brooks Hall entrance roadway. Committee 
understands this is a temporary solution in lieu of funds for full 
restoration/renewal of Plaza area, urging use of best possible quality 
fixutres in terms of streamlined design and materials; they should be 
painted white with poles. 




Committee Recommendation: 



For the Committee: 




Subject to: 



IJb 

/ MM****^ , Chairper 



son 



The Arts commission, at its Weting of 2 February 1987 

CC22-87- 



Resolution No.:_ 

as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: 



approved the project submission 




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Director of Cultural Affairs 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of 1-20-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: ACADEMY OF SCIENCE RESTORATION 



PHASE REVIEW 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: Raymond Clary/Citizen (letter) 



Di.inne Teinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hansen 

i eier ^W.'gc.cz 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Libraiy Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT i ECRIPTION: 



Have reviewed letter and will look at design when submitted to CDC. 




Committee Recommendation 

For the Committee 
The Arts commission 
Resolution No.: CC22-87- 




Subject to: 



Chairperson 



February 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commission: 




Director of Cultural Affairs 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
17 FEBRUARY 1987 
MAIN LIBRARY, THIRD FLOOR 
3:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m. 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



END 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
■^^Roselyne C. Swig 
^•ilix M. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the ** [/' 

Fine Arts Museum, "Ti S 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



I. /^^Construction/Harding Park Clubhouse Deck/ 
Michael Britting 

II. Continental Airlines/Conversion of PSA Hanger 

at SFO to Continental Cargo Facility /Arvind Iyer 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 



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Library Commission, / 
Planning Commission, *^ j i i 
Recreation and Park y ' 
Commission 



**' 




Oceanview Playground Rehab . /Shannon Maloney 
Great Highway Seawall Promenade/Ed Janelli 



PHASE (S) 



I, II, III 



I, II 



II, III 



V. Midtown Terrace Playground Rehab . /Shannon Maloney III 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

VI. Douglas Fieldhouse Renovation/Berry von III 

Hug en Groth 

VII. Relocation of Northern Stationto 1125 Fillmore/ II 
Mark Primeau 



SUBMISSIONS BY PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 



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Civic Center Lighting/Joe De Graca 

Millbrae Headquarters Facility/Autoshop/ 
Warehouse Replacement 



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15 Hyde Street 
suite 319 

>an Francisco, CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 

meeting of 2-17-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: M J B Construction/HardingPark 



PHASE 1,11, III 



AGENDA ITEM: 1 PRESENTED BY: Michael J. Britting/MJB Construction 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
acqueline Nemerovski 
""resident 

Robert LaRocca 
k/ice President 

t/ernon Alley 
Fimothy Duncan 
~^' 'nson 

, f'; .m Paterson 
Wer Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky, |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Piesiclents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



P.O. Box 27, San Rafael, CA 94902 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Rehabilitation of interior and addition 

of deck at back of building with stair access 

to restaurant. 



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Committee Recommendation: 



APPROVED 



Subject to: 



.ttee: /XlfLsi^,. I. ^^^^^ Chairper^ 



For the Committp 

The Arts commission, at its" meeting of 2 March 1987 > 

Resolution No.: 32-87-171 approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: 




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Director. of Cultural Affairs 



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i Hyde Street 

ite 319 

n Francisco, CA 94102 

5 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 

meeting of 2-17-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



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PROJECT SUBMISSION 



Continental Airlines 



PHASE I, II 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: Arvind Iyer, Architect 



inne Feinslein 
*\YOR 

lire N Isaacs 
RECTOR 

JMMISSIONERS 
queline Nemerovski 
?stdent 

>bert LaRocca 
:e President 

rnon Alley 
Tiothy Duncan 
Hanson 
illiam Paterson 
ter Rodriguez 
^r.ne C. Swig 
_S aferro 
nmi Vedensky. |r. 

OrFICIO MEMBERS 
esidcnts of the 
le Arts Museum, 
nary Commission. 
*nning Commission. 

creation and Park 
jmmission 



Leo Daly Architects, 45 Maiden Lane,SF94108 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Conversion of PSA hangar to shipping facility 
by moving a small building and adding a loading 
dock; adding trees and leaving color same. 
Office area to be added inside building. 



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Committee Recommendation: 



APPROVED 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 




VT /•^^^c 



hairperson 



The Arts commission, at its meeting of 2 March 1987 > 

Resolution No.: 32-87- 172 approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 



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For the Commission: 



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Director, of. Cultural Affairs 




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5 Hyde Street 

lite 319 

in Francisco, CA 94102 

15 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 

meeting of 2-17-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may- 
be noted. 



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PROJECT SUBMISSION; Midtown Terrace Playground Rehab 



PHASE III 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: Shannon Maloney, DPW Engineering 



iinne Feinstcin 
AYOR 

aire N Isaacs 
iRECTOR 

3MMISSIONERS 
cqueline Nemerovski 
esident 

sbett LaRocca 
ce President 

■rnon Alley 
mothy Duncan 
Hanson 
'illiam Paterson 
?ter Rodriguez 
■*^vne C Swig 

^'liaferro 
W!\u Vedensky. |r. 

( OrFICIO MEMBERS 
esidents of the 
ne Arts Museum, 
hrary Commission. 
anning Commission. 
?creation and Park 
ommission 



45 Hyde Street, Room 200 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Working drawings of rehabilitation/enlargement 
of existing playground, by addition of seating, 
walls, stairs, structures for play and plantings. 




Committee Recommendation: 



APPROVED 



Subject to: 




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/, / g y»T^ / 2* »Chairperson 



For the Committee:_ 

The Arts commission, at its" meeting of 2 March 1987 

Resolution No.: 32-87- 173 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commission: 




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Director:., of .Cultural Affairs 




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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 

meeting of 2-17-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Douglas Fieldhouse Renovation 



PHASE 



III 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY; 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECFOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
lo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
R^eJvne C Swig 
^ ^ : aferro 

U^Ti Vedensky, |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents ol the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
library Commission. 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



Berry von Hugen Groth, Architect 
D.FW Bureau of Architecture 
45 Hyde Street, Room 200 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Building of two (2) outdoor terraces and handicapped 
access and opening up of interior space. 




Committee Recommendation: 



APPROVED 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 




/ fa 'cZtsAsict^ „ , Chairperson 



The Arts commission, at its meeting of 2 March 1987 
Resolution No.: 32-87-174 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 



For the Commission: 



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Director, of .Cultural Affairs 




45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 

meeting of 2-17-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Relocation of Northern Station 



PHASE 



II 



Dunne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 

Timothy Duncan 

|o Hanson 

William Paterson 

Peter Rodriguez 
& I ne C Swig 

™. _ 'i.iferro 

Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Piesidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: 



Mark Primeau, DPW Bureau of Architecture 
4b Hyde Street, Room 300 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Renovation of building and grounds to police station 
use, adding fences, islands, trees, changing facade 
and interior. Exterior to be tile and stucco. 




Committee Recommendation: 



DISAPPROVED 



Subject to: restudy of 



stucco cornice/facade design and^ele vat ions of exterio r including lighting and ,^ 




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For the Committee: 

The Arts commission, at its" meeting of 2 March 1987 > 

Resolution No.: 32-87-175 approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 
TUESDAY, 24th MARCH, 1987 
3:00-5:00 p.m. 
MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 
THIRD FLOOR COMISSIONERS ROOM 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



AGENDA 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

I '.• FFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 

I. Gordon Chong & Associates/Father Boedekker Park 
Richard Osborne 

II. Sprankle, Lynd & Sprague/Exterior Renovation and 
Landscaping, Airport Hilton/Gary Frye 

III. Uptown Parking Corp. /Sutter-Stockton Garage Storefront 
Renovations 

IV. Uptown Parking Corp . /Sutter-Stockton Garage Storefront 
Renovation, Casual Corner 

SUBMISSIONS BY THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

V. Millbrae Headquarters Facility/Katherine Sakai 

VI. Mocasin Electric Shops and Fuel Island/K. Sakai 
VII. Transit Shelter Program/Design Refinements 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

VIII. Relocation of Northern Police Station/Mark Primeau 
IX. Grove Street Ramps/Bruce Flynn 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

X. Great Highway Seawall and Promenade 
XI. Ocean View Playground/Edward Janelli 
XII. Grandview Park /Edward Janelli 



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I, II 

I, II, III 

I, II, III 



I, II 

I, II 
I, II 



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II, revision 



III, revisio 

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City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Engineering 



March 18, 1987 



Request for Encroachment Permit 
on Crown Terrace 



San Francisco Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attn: Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 



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Please provide your comments regarding the following request for an 
encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



Applicant : 



Dr. Earl Robinson 
123 Raccoon Drive 
San Francisco, CA 94114 






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Description: 



A ten-inch overhang approximately 20 feet in length 
over Crown Terrace. 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearing of the Art Commission's 
Civic Design Committee. 

This Department is delaying action on the subject request until the 
design has been approved by the Art Commission. 

Very truly yours, 



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Jo6 IF. Ovadia 

Street Use Control Section 

Division of Streets and Highways 



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Attachment: Copy of Application 
Copy of Plan 



(415) 558-3608 



Room 359, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



28 January 1987 



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RECEIVED 

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I>LPT. PUBLIC W6RKS 
LM^ECTeP/S OFFICE 



Mr. Richard J. Evans 

Director, Public IVorks 

C? ty Ha I I , Room 260 

San Francisco, California 94102 

Dear Mr. Evans, 

Please consider this my application for, in the 
alternative, an encroachment permit and or a request for 
vacation of certain city property "of record" by the 
City and County of San Francisco (as shov/n with greater 
detail in the exhibits and attachments to this letter). 

On or about May 19, 1986, I obtained a building 
permit for an approximate 650 sq. ft. addition to my 
residence located at 123 Racoon Drive, San Francisco, 
California. This is located in an area of San Francisco 
generally known as "Twin Peaks" and Racoon is directly 
accessible from Twin Peaks Boulevard. Following the 
Notice of Appeal to the building permit filed by a 
neighbor, the Board of Permit Appeals, after several 
hearings, upheld the issuance of the permit pursuant to 
certain conditions being met. The conditions imposed by 
the Board of Permit Appeals, in their entirety, and as 
set forth in their Notice of "Conditions for Upholding 
the Department and Granting the Permit" are as follows: 

"1. That the permit holder shall follow 
the recommendations set forth in the 
report entitled FOU NDATIO N 
I NVESTIGATI ON prepared by Harold 
Lewis and Associated dated June 21, 
1986, as detailed on Page 4 through 
Page 8 of said report. 

2. That the permit holder shall remove 
the Monterey Pines on his property 
adjacent to the new addition and the 
retaining wall before beginning work 
on this proj ec t . 



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3. That the fire hydrant adjacent to 
the permit holder's property may 
remain open during the period of 
construction of the addition, and 
within three months of the comple- 
tion of said construction the permit 
holder shall, in consultation with 
the San Francisco Fire Department, 
have the hydrant moved in order to 
provide adequate vehicular access to 
the new garage in the addition. 

4. That the plans for the addition 
shall be revised so that the height 
of the new addition shall be no 
greater than that of the existing 
house. 

5. That the conditions above shall be 
recorded as a Notice of Special 
Restrictions approved as to form by 
the Department of City Planning and, 
once recorded, copies of said notice 
shall be submitted to the Department 
of City Planning and to the Board of 
Permit Appeals to be made a part of 
the permanent record in their 

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Each of the above published conditions imposed by 
the Board of Permit Appeals were performed by me during 
construction (with the exception of the fire hydrant--a 
bid has been obtained of approximately $10,000, and it 
will be moved upon completion). 

Construction of the project commenced on September 
29, 1986. After the start of construction (as an 
apparent result of the complaint of a neighbor) the 
Department of Building Inspection informed me that an 
allegation had been made that the proposed addition 
encroached on private property. I was further 
informed, for the first time, that the Department of 
Building Inspection was taking the position that the 



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Re: 123 R a coo n Drive 
28 January 1987 
Page Three 



Board of Permit Appeals had conditioned the issuance of 
my building permit on obtaining a new survey of the 
property involved. This "condition" was not set forth 
in the "Conditions for Upholding the Department and 
Granting the Permit". My attorney then phoned Don Lim, 
the chief building inspector for the City and County of 
San Francisco, and Mr. Lim stated that if there was such 
a condition it had been satisfied by his review of a 
1953 survey of the affected property which I had 
previously presented to him. 

Not withstanding Mr. Lim's representations, how- 
ever, Mr. Don Levy of the same Department subsequently 
informed me that he was exercising his departmental 
discretion to require a survey, .de novo of the affected 
property. He qualified this request by stating that the 
sole purpose of the survey, from the City's standpoint 
was to confirm what we all in fact knew i.e., that the 
650 sf. ft addition to my residence did not encroach on 
any of my neighbor's property. Mr. Don Levy further 
stated that if the survey revealed an encroachment on 
city property this would not affect my building permit 
or the progress of my work. 

On Friday, January 16, 1987, my attorney and I 
personally provided Mr. Don Levy with a copy of the 
survey 6_e novo . We pointed out to Mr. Levy an area 
shown on the survey map indicating that the subject 
addition overhangs an approximate two foot strip of 
"city property of record" which is located on the uphill 
side of a ten foot high retaining wall. As shown in 
greater detail on the attached survey map, the retaining 
wall at issue was formerly thought by the city to be 
located on private property and the City Department of 
Engineering has heretofore consistently taken the posi- 
tion that they had, therefore, no duty to maintain the 
wall. One of the surprises indicated in the new survey 
was that the retaining wal I is on City property and that 
the retaining wall separates an unimproved right of way 
known as Crown Terrace from a two foot strip of City 
property of record on the uphill side of the retaining 



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Re: 123 Racoon Drive 
28 January 1 987 
Page Four 



wall. This two foot strip, behind the retaining wall, 
is on an approximate 50"$ grade. A visual inspection of 
the site confirms that the two foot strip of City 
property at issue is not accessible as lying behind a 
high retaining wall and further is not usable property 
due to the steep grade in that location. 

In any event, approximately fifteen feet of the 
addition on one side ov e r .h.a_n_g.s. this two foot strip of 
City property of record by ten inches. The overhang is 
at least twenty feet above Crown Terrace below. 

I would like to make it clear that with this 
application I am not acknowledging the necessity for it, 
since I believe that a 10" overhang 20 feet above street 
level is allowed by the Uniform Building Code. Rather, 
I have been placed in a practical dilemma by the work 
stoppage by the City, ten days prior to completion of th 
addition and wish to mitigate the substantial damages 
that I am now suffering on a daily basis as a result of 
lost use of the addition together with increased con- 
struct ion costs. 






I therefore wish to expedite my request for an 
encroachment permit and/or a vacation of the affected 
City property up to, but not including, the retaining 
wall in question. 



I believe 
appropriate und 
"encroachment" 
a te I y 20 f eet a 
understanding t 
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over which the 
property on a 1 
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that an encroachment permit would be 
er these circumstances because the 
is merely a ten inch overhang approxim- 
bove city property. It is my 
hat such permits are routinely granted, 
addition, the City property of record 
addition hangs is non-accessible city 
:1 grade, which can serve the City no 

Furthermore, since the City has always 
ion that the retaining wall was privately 

that the wall was placed approximately 
my property I ine was probably an over- 
urred in connection with the 1953 
this neighborhood. 



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28 January \ 987 
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This application is made in the alternative 
because Mr. Bob Kelly, Mr. Ray Wong and Mr. Frank 
Mcintosh of, respectively, the Department of Building 
Inspection, Department of Engineering, and the 
Department of Real Estate, have, on the one hand advised 
me to seek an encroachment permit. On the other hand, 
Mr. Tim Molanari and Mr. r JF t r > ank Mo ss have both advised me 
to seek a vacation of the affected land from the City of 
San Francisco. I am willing to pursue either course of 
action as deemed most appropriate by your office. 

I am also willing to cooperate in any respect in 
terms of information required, or otherwise to obtain a 
prompt issuance of the requested permit. 

Submitted herewith, respect ively, are copies of 
the survey (showing the encroachment, and a "plot map" 
depicting the property I wish vacated. 

Enclosed please find my check in the amount of 
$2,500 to cover application fees, should you deem this 
situation to more appropriately call for a vacation of the 
"overhung" City property of record. 

Thank you for your courtesy and cooperation in 
this matter and please advise the undersigned 
immediately if anything further is required in 
connection with this application. 

Very tru I y yours. 



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Dr. Earl Robinson 
123 Raccoon Drive 
San Francisco, CA 94114 



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San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 

meeting of 24 March 1987 >revlewed the following project and reC ommends 

action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Sutter Stockton St. Tenant Spaces 



PHASE see below 



AGENDA ITEM: III, IV PRESENTED BY: Paul Newman, Esq. 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
)o Hanson 
William Paterson 
PeK-^tjdriguez 
m^ > C Swig 

Kaywmierro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 

1. CASUAL CORNER 

Illuminated signage with a white, baked enamel background. Signage 
colors were not presented; indication was a preference for a red-on-white 
color scheme which is customary to Casual Corner logos. 

Committee Recommendation: to reduce the contrast of color values on 
signage and for applicant to submitdrawings showing signage; to present 
color samples and to present lighting system and design prior to Phase II 
approval. Project approved for Phase I; Phase II approval witheld pending 
submission of above-named items. 

2. PETITE SOPHISTICATE 



Presentation of illuminated signage with Petite Sophisticate logo. 
Repeating signage that runs the length of the storefront facade and 
angles inward towards garage entryway. 

Committee Recommendation: Change graphics to a flat awning system with 
letters silkscreened directly onto awning, or to use engraved marble or 
similar material for graphics. Client is requested to submit drawings 
showing proposed signage, color samples and to present lighting system 
and design information prior to Phase II approval. Phase I approved; 
Phase II approval witheld pending submission of above-named items. 



3. LIZA ADZER . Project not approved by Commirtee; client asked to redesign 

facade. 
Committee Recommendation: see above Subject to: 




For the Committee: 



The Arts commission, at its meeting of_ 
Resolution No.: CD46087-228 



as indicated herein. 



, Chairperson 

7 April 1987 



approved the project submission 



For the Commission: 




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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

} The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

24 March 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 
Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Airport Hilton, Exterior Landscaping PHASE I, II 



TT and renovation _ , . x , „ „ 
AGENDA ITEM: II PRESENTED BY: Sprankle, Lynd & Sprague 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Redefinition of main entrance, addition of new wall to separate parking area 
from buildings. Addition of a new pedestrian access and addition of landscaping 
between Buildings A and B. Addition of 100 sq. feet to lobby; addition of 
covered walkways between buildings for a controlled environment. 
Lobby extension will link Buildings B anc C; a glass-windowed wall will open 
onto the pool area. Existing faccia will be modified with the addition of 
windows. Banners and sconce lighting will be added tothe window area. 

A stepped faccia will be added from the entrance to the guest rooms. A covered 
terrace will be added over the pool area. 

Building colors are to be determined and presented at Phase III. 
Additional trees will be placed in parking lot, additional lighting to be 
placed in parking lot. The interior courtyard will have a gazebo with 
landscaping around a concrete area which will provide seating for up to 50 
people. The gazebo will be dome shaped and covered with vines. 

Existing palm trees will be removed from the entryway and placed in pool area. 
Replacement of 80 freeway-side windows with acoustical windows. 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 

FOR THE COMMITTEE: y\J2^ ~~/\ /^^Xt>yC^ CHAIRPERSON 

THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 7 April 1987 , RESOLUTION NO. CC47-87-213 

APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION AS INDICATJSBMIEREIN . 

FOR THE COMMISSION: ^ ' \?+&&~~ , DIRECTOR 

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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

24 March 1987 r reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 
Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Father Boedekker Park/ Community Bldg. PHASE III supplement al 
AGENDA ITEM: 1 PRESENTED BY: Richard Osborn 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Applicant presented proposed changes in materials to be used. Changes resulted 
in overbudget costs. 

Changes: exterior facade changed from red brick and ceramic tiles to cement 
and plaster with an anti-graffiti varnish. Facade will be in a light peach 
color scheme. Interior will be grey and black color scheme. The windows 
will have a green glazing. 

Project was approved with the request that the peach-toned colors be 
intensified (i.e. darkened). 



approved SUBJECT TO: see above 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: 




THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 

APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSIONS INDICATED •HEjjfelN . 

FOR THE COMMISSION: '■-.;■ ___ 



, CHAIRPERSON 

7 APril 1987 p RESOLUTION NO. CC47-87-212 



, DIRECTOR 



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SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 



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ARTS COMMISSION 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

March 24, 1987 . „ , .. f , , . . . , , . .. 
, reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 



Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Great Highway Seawall and Promenade PHASE III revision 

AGENDA ITEM: XI PRESENTED BY: Ed Janelli 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION 



Revised curvature of seawall to make it less flat. Slight modifications 

at overlook area curvatures. • Change seating to pre-cast seating similiar 
in finish to the railings. Railing pickets changed to 9" diameter circle. 
Bollards changed slightly in size. Medallions will remain as previously 
designed. 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIQfl/ approved SUBJECT TO: 

FOR THE COMMITTEE: /JXt^y „ / j^-rzJ^^^^~- , CHAIRPERSON 

THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 7 April 1987 . RESOLUTION NO .c c4 7-8 7- 71 q 



APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION- AS INDICATED HEREIN. 



FOR THE COMMISSION 






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MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRoi ca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

F**SJFFICIO MEMBERS 

i">ents of the 
FirTP Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of 24 March 1987 , reviewed the following 
project and recommends action to the Commission as indicated; 
subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Grove Street Ramps 



PHASE: H> revision 



AGENDA ITEM: IX PRESENTED BY: Bruce Flynn 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

Review of project revisions from earlier-approved Phase II plans. 

New plans call for a stepped railing, relating in design to the 
wrought iron ornamentation on the building's facade. Railing will 
have a flat base with cast-iron medallions. Medallions will 
be painted in center. 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: 



approved 



SUBJECT TO: 




FOR THE COMMITTEE: 




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CHAIRPERSON 



THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 7 APril 1987 

RESOLUTION NO. CC47-87-218 APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION AS 



INDICATED HEREIN. 
FOR THE COMMISSION: 




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DIRECTOR OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS 



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ARTS COMMISSION 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

, reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 

Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Grandview Park 



PHASE 



AGENDA ITEM: 



XII 



PRESENTED BY: Ed Janelli 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION 



Rehabilitatio of park site due to heavy erosion. Development of West stairway 
of a "rustic" nature. Plans for site amenities at top of slope. 

Committee Recommendation: to have a viewing area at the highest accessible area, 

Request for consideration of placing approaches to 
site from both the west and east ends. 



SUBJECT TO: 



approved 



see above 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/ i 

FOR THE COMMITTEE: /fc^/w /. i^-rtJ^U^^ , CHAIRPERSON 

THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF April 7, 1987 f RESOLUTION NO. C C47-87-221 



APPROVED THE PROJECT SUB 
FOR THE COMMISSION: 



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, DIRECTOR 



(415) 558-3463 



45 HYDE STREET - ROOM 319 



SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 



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ARTS COMMISSION 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 
24 March 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 
Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Oceanview Playgroun d 

AGENDA ITEM: XI PRESENTED BY: Ed Janelli 



PHASE 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION 



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Rehabilitation of playground. Replacement of play equipment 
and subdivison of park into two age-group play areas (i.e. tiny 
tots and older children) .• The paved area will be increased in 
size to accomodate adult seating for supervison of children at play. 

Committee Recommendation: To change the form of the main path 
to make it less obtrustive in the landscape and to soften its 
flow through the park area. Proposed materials should be submitted 
at next phase. 




SUBJECT TO: 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION : , approved 



see above 



FOR THE COMMITTEE: / ^J-^^ r / ' "- r ^H^t-<^ t CHAIRPERSON 

THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 7 April 1987 RESOLUTION NO.C C47-87-220 

APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION" 'AS INDICATED .HEREIN. 

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ARTS COMMISSION 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

24 March 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 
Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Relocation of Northern Police Station PHASE II revision 
AGENDA ITEM: VIII PRESENTED BY: Mark Primeau 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Revision to previously reviewed designs for Phase II. Simplification of 
facade using a plaster with base system. Grade to 11 feet will be of 
ceramic tile. Upper facade to be in stucco. Entry has been made wider; 
entry will be accessible off of both Fillmore and Turk Streets. 

Approved for Phase II with commendations on the thoughtful and sensitive design, 



COMMUTE] RECOMMENDATION: approved SUBJECT TO: 

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THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 7 April 1987 



APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSIONS! AS INDlCATED^ttSRElN , 
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ARTS COMMISSION 



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CIVIC D E S I C N COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

24 March 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 
Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Moccasin Electric Shops & Fuel Island PHASE I. n 

VI 
AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION 



Replacement of existing buildings in a phased schedule. Utilization 
of materials to match existing buildings (two original buildings will 
remain w/ total of four. new buildings to be added). 

Committee Recommendation: For Phase III: pave only those areas needed 
for vehicular access and provide as much landscaping as possible in 
the other areas. Recommendation to use natural ground cover and 
trees for shading. 

Suggestion to eliminate metal roofing to a material more appropriate to 
the facade and to the environment. 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIO 
FOR THE COMMITTEE: 




approved 

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SUBJECT TO 



see above 



CHAIRPERSON 



THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 



7 April 1987 RESOLUTION NO.C C47-87-215 



APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION AS INDICATED^ HEREIN . 



FOR THE COMMISSION 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its meeting o 

24 March 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends action to the 
Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Millbrae Headquarters Facility PHASE 

AGENDA ITEM: v PRESENTED BY: Anton Germaine, Jim Walsh 



I, II 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION 



Renovation of headquarters and corporation yard for Millbrae Headquarters 
Facility. Area is surrounded by the Old Crystal Springs shacks. Development 
of a new corporation yard, Facade will match existing bldgs. Replacement 
of a water shop and warehouse. Plans call for metal roofs on buildings. 

Committee Recommendation: to reconsider use of metal for rooftops; 
to indicate at Phase III submission the mechanical equipment to be 
placed on roofs and to submit landscaping plans. 



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION 
FOR THE COMMITTEE: 




THE ARTS COMMISSION, AT ITS MEETING OF 

APPROVED THE PROJECT SUBMISSION AS INDICATED- HEREIN . 

FOR THE COMMISSION: "- 



approved SUBJECT TO: see above 

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7 April 1987 p RESOLUTION NO. Cc47-87-214 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Public Utilities Commission 



PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 



March 19, 1987 



E M R A N D U M 



TO 



FROM: 



Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

Douglas Wright, Director, Planning & Development 
San Francisco PUC 



SUBJECT: Transit Shelter Program 



For nearly three years, at the direction of the Board of Supervisors, the 
Public Utilities Commission and its staff have been formulating a transit 
shelter program for the City. The essence of the proposed program is that a 
contractor will provide all capital and operating costs for installing and 
maintaining between 350 and 1000 transit shelters throughout the City. 
Revenues derived from advertising panels on the shelters sustain the program. 

Last fall, a nine-member selection committee selected Gannett Outdoor, Inc. as 
the prospective transit shelter contractor. The Public Utilities Commission 
concurred in the committee's recommendation and directed its staff to: one, 
negotiate a final contract with Gannett; and two, secure the necessary 
approval from the Arts Commission on the Gannett shelter design. 

As a first step toward the design approval, a design committee (comprised of 
several members of the selection committee - see attachment) was convened in 
order to review the Gannett design and prepare recommendations on refinements 
to the Gannett proposal. The attached memorandum also describes the 
committee's recommendations. 

Several design considerations remain unresolved, from the design committee's 
standpoint, and we are seeking the involvement of the Civic Design Committee 
not only on the over-all project review but on the specific decisions which 
are outstanding. In order to facilitate this process, Gannett has constructed 
a prototype shelter which responds to the design committee's recommendations, 
but which can be further modified, as necessary, for the Civic Design 
Committee. 

Attachment 



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(415)558-2075 



425 MASON STREET, 4TH FLOOR 



SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 



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City and County of San Francisco 




Pubiic Utilities Commission 



PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 



February 25, 1987 



MEMORANDU M 



TO: File 

FROM: Wright 

SUBJECT: Transit Shelter Design 



On January 28, 1987, the Transit Shelter Program's Design Committee met for 
the purpose of concluding recommendations on refinements to the shelter 
proposed by Gannett Outdoor Company. The Committee was comprised of the 
following members: 

John L. Field, Field & Paoli Architects 

Rodney F. Friedman, Fisher Friedman Associates 

Lee Van De Kerchove, MBT Associates 

George Williams, City Planning Department 

Norman Karasick, S.F. City Architect 

Jaimie Levin, Municipal Railway Community Affairs 

(With the exception of Mr. Karasick, all of the individuals were also members 
of the Transit Shelter selection committee. Mr. Levin was not present at the 
session, but his views were heard soon after the Committee met and are 
incorporated into the recommendations, herein). 

The recommendations of the Committee are set forth, below. Although not all 
Committee members agreed with each recommendation, there was a generally 
strong consensus on the following points: 

1. The "flip" seats proposed by Gannett are acceptable and should be 
utilized in all shelters except where site slope prohibits comfortable 
use. In those instances, Gannett' s proposed substitute seats are 
acceptable. The seats should be grey or black in color, whichever 
harmonizes with the over-all shelter color. 

2. The downspout should be removed from the (proposed) corner location and 
made part of the information panel support. 

3. All primary support columns should be round instead of square. 



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4. One color should be selected for the entire shelter, including the 

H Alucobond roof. Color preference is a blue shade, perhaps a teal blue. 

*■ It is recognized that there will likely be a color variation between the 

roof and the metal structure. The exception to the color scheme is the 
ceiling of the shelter which probably should be a lighter color in order 
to reflect light. 

5. The semi-circular end panels should be clear, with no MUNI logo (as 
proposed). The Municipal Railway strongly objects to the absence of the 
logo from a visible location on the shelter. 

6. All paint should be high gloss. 

7. The glass panels, when the shelter is placed on a sloping site, should 
"step down" at the bottom. 

8. The telephone panel should be stainless steel, and the phone should be a 
neutral color. 

9. The three-sided, flared advertising panel should not be utilized. 

10. The exterior of the shelter should be free of letters, numbers, logos, 
etc. The Municipal Railway strongly objects to this viewpoint, 
indicating that numbers of bus routes utilizing the shelter should be 
plainly visible some distance from the shelter. 

11. A prototype shelter should be constructed in order to consider the 
recommendations, and particulars, the color choice(s). 

Gannett has agreed to respond to all of the recommendations, and this will be 
reflected in the prototype. Gannett' s only real concern is with the round 
support columns, but they have agreed to construct the prototype with round 
columns although they clearly prefer the square. 



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PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 



March 19, 1987 



MEMORANDUM 



TO: 



FROM: 



Civic Design Committee 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

Douglas Wright, Director, Planning & Development 
San Francisco PUC 



SUBJECT: Transit Shelter Program 



For nearly three years, at the direction of the Board of Supervisors, the 
Public Utilities Commission and its staff have been formulating a transit 
shelter program for the City. The essence of the proposed program is that a 
contractor will provide all capital and operating costs for installing and 
maintaining between 350 and 1000 transit shelters throughout the City. 
Revenues derived from advertising panels on the shelters sustain the program. 

Last fall, a nine-member selection committee selected Gannett Outdoor, Inc. as 
the prospective transit shelter contractor. The Public Utilities Commission 
concurred in the committee's recommendation and directed its staff to: one, 
negotiate a final contract with Gannett; and two, secure the necessary 
approval from the Arts Commission on the Gannett shelter design. 

As a first step toward the design approval, a design committee (comprised of 
several members of the selection committee - see attachment) was convened in 
order to review the Gannett design and prepare recommendations on refinements 
to the Gannett proposal. The attached memorandum also describes the 
committee's recommendations. 

Several design considerations remain unresolved, from the design committee's 
standpoint, and we are seeking the involvement of the Civic Design Committee 
not only on the over-all project review but on the specific decisions which 
are outstanding. In order to facilitate this process, Gannett has constructed 
a prototype shelter which responds to the design committee's recommendations, 
but which can be further modified, as necessary, for the Civic Design 
Committee. 



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425 MASON STREET, 4TH FLOOR 



SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102 



City and County of San Francisco 




Public Utilities Commission 



PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 



February 25, 1987 



MEMORANDUM 



TO: File 

FROM: Wright 

SUBJECT: Transit Shelter Design 



On January 28, 1987, the Transit Shelter Program's Design Committee met for 
the purpose of concluding recommendations on refinements to the shelter 
proposed by Gannett Outdoor Company. The Committee was comprised of the 
following members: 

John L. Field, Field & Paoli Architects 

Rodney F. Friedman, Fisher Friedman Associates 

Lee Van De Kerchove, MBT Associates 

George Williams, City Planning Department 

Norman Karasick, S.F. City Architect 

Jaimie Levin, Municipal Railway Community Affairs 

(With the exception of Mr. Karasick, all of the individuals were also members 
of the Transit Shelter selection committee. Mr. Levin was not present at the 
session, but his views were heard soon after the Committee met and are 
incorporated into the recommendations, herein). 

The recommendations of the Committee are set forth, below. Although not all 
Committee members agreed with each recommendation, there was a generally 
strong consensus on the following points: 

1. The "flip" seats proposed by Gannett are acceptable and should be 
utilized in all shelters except where site slope prohibits comfortable 
use. In those instances, Gannett' s proposed substitute seats are 
acceptable. The seats should be grey or black in color, whichever 
harmonizes with the over-all shelter color. 

2. The downspout should be removed from the (proposed) corner location and 
made part of the information panel support. 

3. All primary support columns should be round instead of square. 



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4. One color should be selected for the entire shelter, including the 
Alucobond roof. Color preference is a blue shade, perhaps a teal blue. 
It is recognized that there will likely be a color variation between the 

W roof and the metal structure. The exception to the color scheme is the 

ceiling of the shelter which probably should be a lighter color in order 
to reflect light. 

5. The semi-circular end panels should be clear, with no MUNI logo (as 
proposed). The Municipal Railway strongly objects to the absence of the 
logo from a visible location on the shelter. 

6. All paint should be high gloss. 

7. The glass panels, when the shelter is placed on a sloping site, should 
"step down" at the bottom. 

8. The telephone panel should be stainless steel, and the phone should be a 
neutral color. 

9. The three-sided, flared advertising panel should not be utilized. 

10. The exterior of the shelter should be free of letters, numbers, logos, 
etc. The Municipal Railway strongly objects to this viewpoint, 
indicating that numbers of bus routes utilizing the shelter should be 
plainly visible some distance from the shelter. 

11. A prototype shelter should be constructed in order to consider the 
recommendations, and particulary, the color choice(s). 

Gannett has agreed to respond to all of the recommendations, and this will be 
reflected in the prototype. Gannett 's only real concern is with the round 
support columns, but they have agreed to construct the prototype with round 
columns although they clearly prefer the square. 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 
TUESDAY, APRIL -2^1987 
3-5 p.m. MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 
THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROOM 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



AGENDA 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
p r Rodriguez 

yne C. Swig 
i . M. Warburg 

f ', : FICIO MEMBERS 

ll^Wdents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PHASE(S) 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



I. Encroachment Permt/49 Zoe Street/C.O.Jones, Inc. 

II. Installation of dedication plaque in honor of v 
Melvin Belli/722 Montgomery Street/Melvin Belli 
Law Offices 

III. Phillip Corporation/Donation of ornamental 
lighting to Recreation and Parks Dept. for 
the North end Windmill in Golden Gate Park/ 
Jim Rogers, Asst. Superintendent, Rec. & Park 

SUBMISSIONS BY THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 



I, II, III 
I, II, III 

I, II, III 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



.'IV. Rehabilitation of former U.S. Steel Building 
for Muni Railway Harrison Street Facility/ 
Barbara Moy, Project Manager 

j V. Lighting Improvement/Civic Center Area 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

VI. City Hall Roof Repairs/Berry von Hungen Groth 

ViLI. Painting of fence at Memorial Court, between 
■ Opera House and Veteran:'. s Building 



I, II, revisions 

I, II, III 

I, II, III 

I, II, III 






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C M M I T T E E 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of April 2\ , 198 7, reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



pi. mm- I einstein 
MAYOR 

Chitc N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|,ici|lirlinc Nemeiovski 

Piesidenl 

Robrit I .ll'nroi 
Vicr_J'icsi<!ent 

I ' , Alley 

TrWWTi^ Pinion 

|o l-fonsr'h 
William IMtnsoii 
IVler Rodrif*llf*7 
Roselvue C Swig 
I'.'V 1-ili.iloito 
Dmitri Veilensky. |i 

LX OiriCIO MFMBtRS 
President"; of thr 
line Alls Museum. 
I Mini v Commission. 
PtannitH> Commission. 
Rerie.ilion and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT SUJ3M1SS10N; Encroachment Permit/172, 178, 184, 190 niASE I» H> HI 

twing Terrace 



ACENDA ITi'll: 



PRESENTED BY: Mr - Bil l Asbell 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N: 



Retaining wall at Anza Street Rear of 172, 178, 194 190 Ewing Terrace; 
an extension of the retaining wall at the Anze street rear of 196 Ewing 
Terrace . 

Addition of 100 linear feet to the existing 80 linear feet. Wall 
encroaches approximately 8feet above ground. 






Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: /\1&4>?4C /. ferggkv ^Chairperson 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of May 4, 1987 > 

Resolution No.: <A, ^Vt'lAti approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commissi 



to.. : fVfr. "S\rWA\ (VT) 

Director of Cultural Mian:! 




■1'i Hyde Mrcet 
Sniif. 3|o 

S.n. Ff.inci'.' o.CA 94102 
-115 550 3463 



CIV 1 C DESIGN C M M I T T E E 

ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

Tlie Civic Design Committee of Lhe San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting oL April 2%, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Dedication Plaque/Melvin Belli Building PHASE I, II, III 



AGENDA ITEM: II 



PRESENTED BY 



Robin Lutchansky 



I 1 '. mm' I t'inMcin 
MAVOR 

ri.'ii- n I'-.i.ifs 

DIULCTOR 

COMMISSIONiRS 
|,iri|nclinc Nemciovski 
1'irsiclent 

Rnliccl I ,-lPni (,l 
Vice Picsklcnt 

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' i>, Ounc.in 
(SWmsni. 

vv'ilii.ini r.H'-i'ioii 

I'plri Rodiiciur*/ 
Rusrlvin' ('. 5wig 
P.iy l-lli-lleilCl 

Dmitri Veilensky. |i. 

IX oiric IOMFMBLRS 
PinMilrnts ol Hip 
Mnr Ails Museum, 
Libl.l'V Commission, 

ll.innii'i', Commission. 
Rn ir.ition rind l\vk 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PTI0N: 

Design approval for a dedication plaque for the Melvin Belli Building 
at 722 Montgomery Street. (design and wording on file) 

Committee recommendation: The Committee suggested that the applicant 
consider a two-sided plaque for legibility from both sides of the 
Street, but left it to the descretion of the applicant. 

The Committee approved the design of the plaque pending review and 
approval by the Literature Committee of the Arts Commission. 



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Commi 1 1 e e Re c omme nda t ion : approved 



Subject to: review and 



approval of wording q£ plaque by Literature Committee. 

For the Committee: ^^gWfc^J^ftjfct<g^ 5 , ^hairperson 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of May 4, 1987 _____' 

Resolution No . : 54 "W ' 15\ approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commiss 



iomJikfc 



Director of Culturalt/Af fairs 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 310 

San Frnncisro. CA 94102 

415 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COM M 1 T T E E 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Coiiuniltee of the San Francisco ARts Conunission, at its 
meeting of April 2%, 1987 reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Donation of Ornametnal Lights for 



PHASE I, II, III 



pi.innr I rinstein 
MAYOR 

Ctolie N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|aC(|urline Ncmerovski 
President 

Rnbnt I aRorca 
Vice President 

k». I mi Alley 
^^/nili\ Puncan 
|r> Hanson 
William I'.d'-ison 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselynr C Swig 
Ray Tatiafeiro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX orriao MEMBERS 
Presidents of lite 
Tinr Ails Museum, 
Ltbr.n v Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



Windmill at North end of Golden Gate Park. 
AGENDA ITEM: III PRESENTED BY: Rec & Park Dept./Jim Rogers (not pres ent) 



PROJECT DECRil'TiON: 

Donation by Philips Lighting Corporation for 16 high-pressure 
sodium floodlights for the North Windmill at GOlden Gate Park. 
Lights to be placed at eight locations, with eight lights 
pointing upwards and eight pointing downwards, on the outermost 
edges of the cedar platform which surronds the windmill. The lamps 
will be recessed and will not be visible. 

Recommendation: Committee approved the design of the lamps 
but requested that an elevation of the windmill and the lights 
be submitted to the Arts Commission. 

Lighting specifications and plan on file. 



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Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 



submission 



of windmill elevajpiyn and siting of lights, 

( Qtrtfa*—) Chair 




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For the Commit tee :_ 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of 

Resolution No.: ^A"?)"V2.5?^ 



person 
May 4, 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commissi 



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S,in Fionci ■ y.CA n 4IO? 
'tis 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design CoimuiLLee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting oi; April 2$, 198 7 reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION. 



Rehabilitation of U.S. Steel Bldg. RllASE I ' 11 revisions 



PiiMiiv Irinslciti 
MAYOR 

C I. 'Mr M l*<l,1CS 

UIRECIOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|,ict|iii'linc Nemnovski 
I'rrsiclenl 

R"hnl I .il'oc< i\ 
Vice I'resklenl 

V'nraau Alley 
H ini-i lluiiCfin 

William r.iteisnn 

Oler I(n<l|ifiie7 

Rosclynr f Swig 

I'.iy l.ili.lleiio 
Dmilfi Vedensky. |i 

LX OIIK IO Mf.MBLRS 
fr^sMents n( the 
line Alls Museum, 
I ibi.wy Commission, 
f'Mnniny, Commission, 
Rectftitiop .hkI P.irk 
Commission 



AGENDA ITEM 



IV 



for use by MUNI Railway. 

PRESENTED BY: Barbara Moy. et. al from PIJC 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N: 

Plans call for the rehabilitation of the former U.S. Steel Building 
at 16th and Harrison Streets. The building is being renovated to 
be used as a facility for the storage and maintenance of Muni's 
articulated coach fleet. The design includes 3 major areas: 
1) interior to be used for fleet parking 2) equipment maintenance and 
3) operator support facilities. The storage area is to be enclosed; 
there will be areas for bus washing and for fare extraction. 

The exterior wil have a continuous ventilation band on the lower 
edge. The color palette for the building was displayed; 

stylized images of San Francisco were designed as graphics for the upper 
facade . 

Committee Recommendations: To place more trees around the building, spacing 
them approximately 20 feet apart; to have the trees match those across the 
street; to deepen the blue color to be used on the facade. The Cbmmittee 
requested that the graphic scheme be considered as the Art Enrichment project 

The design was approved subject to the applicant contacting the 
Visual Arts Committee regarding Art Enrichment. 



Project budget is approximately $11 million. 



Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: verification 



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For the Committee: /Clm^U h f^&f**t*4 Lh a ±r\ 

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The Arts commission, at its meeting of ay ' 



person 
987 



Resolution No.: SA^'EyV - 2^ 
as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: ( J(|\mC 



approved the project submission 



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S.m Fraud*! o.CA c '4I07. 

•115 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACT1UN RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of April 2$ 1987 reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Lighting Improvements, Civic Center phase I. II . HI 



ACENDA ITEM: V, 



PRESENTED BY: Mr ' Joe De Graca, PUC 



I >Mintr I cinstrin 

M/Y.OK 

Cl.iwc N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|,Ki|iicliiic Nemeiovski 
I'tpsidonl 

Rnhett I ,il!"cc,i 
Vice President 

^ \lley 

Iti^^i Duncan 

William I'.it'tsnn 
I'etet Rodtiy.tie? 
Rosclynr f Swig 

f'.ly DHlI'MIO 

Dmitii Vedensky, |t. 

U OiriCIO MEMBERS 
Presidents nl the 

line Ails Museum 
I iht.itv Cottmilssion. 
I't.uminp, Commission, 
Recreation rind l'a»k 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPT10N 



Placement of high pressure sodium lights in the Civic Center Area. 
Placement of lights is illustrated on plan on file at Arts Commission 
Office. Addition of two lights on the Polk Street side of City Hall. 

The Committee asked the applicant to contact Cal Malone to discuss 
the overall Civic Center Master Plan. 









Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to 



applicant 



informing Mr. Cal | /4al one i x> f J^he lighting plans. 

.Chairperson 



For the Committee: 



i one i .or oie iignti 



The Arts commission, at its meeting of Ma Y 4, 1987 ___> 

Resolution No.: 5 \ "%\ ' "/S\ approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 



For the C 



Director of Cultural Af(C)ii 



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S"ilp 31° 

San fi.TKi'-' M.CA 04102 

415 550 3-163 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of April 2%, 198 ?reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Clt y Hal1 Roof Repairs 



PHASE I > II. HI 



AGENDA ITEM: 



VI 



PRESENTED BY: Berry von Hungen Groth, DPW Architecture 



Hiannr IHnslcin 
MAYOR 

CWip N Isaacs 
MRLCIOR 

COMMISSIONFRS 
|ac«l,iinlinc NcmfMovski 
Pirsiclrnt 

RiMini I aRocca 
'"""•^resident 

w ' A "" v 

limcthv. Duncan 
|'> Hanson 
William I'dffsnn 
l> Irr RndligWZ 
Rosclynr r Swig 
Pay lalialrno 
Dmitri Vedensky, |i. 

lx orncio mfmblrs 

Presidents of the 
lino Ails Museum, 
I ihraiy Commission, 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N: 

Removal of existing fixtures atop City Hall Dome, to be replaced 
with non-visible lights. 



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Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to 



littee: S&L*hif r^r*£u*^ ,Cha±i 



For the Committee: S^JLtUf r * l*~r** n***~ , Uiairperson 
The Arts commission, at its meeting of May 4, 1987 

Resolution No.: ^A'V\ ' 1J>{ approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 



For the C 



Director of Cultura^) Af far 



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S-iii Francisco. CA 94102 
415 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of April 2%, 1987 > reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Painting of Fp.hpp at War Mpmnrial Cnurl-l'MSE T , TT, TTT 



AGENDA ITEM: 



VII 



PRESENTED BY: Berr Y v ° n Hungen Groth 



I li.itiin IrtnMcin 
MAX)K 

Cl.iiic N IstWCS 
DIRECTOR 

KiMMr.MONI Its 
|.u (incline Nemciovski 
President 

Robert I .ll'nrcfl 

Vice President 

^ • Alley 

w ' i Duncan 

loWekon 
Willi.im I'.ile rson 
rrtei Rodriymr/ 
Roselvne C Swig 
R.iy WifllcilO 
Dmitri Vedensky. |i. 

LX OrriCIO MFMDLRS 
Presidents of the 
line Alls Museum. 
Library Comrtiission, 
Planning Commission. 
Rerre.itron ,md Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PTI0N 



The existing fence will be sandblasted and primed, the rust and stains 
will be removed. The gold leaf paint will be replaced with a polyurethane 
over zinc; the fence will be painted a deep blue color. Project 
budget is $26,000. 



Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



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commission, at its meeting of Ma Y ^> 1987 



For the C 
The Arts 

Resolution No.: 

as indicated herein. 



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approved the project submission 



For the Commissi 



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COM M I T T E E 



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San Ftnncivo.CA 94102 

415 550 3463 



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ting oi : A P r1 -*- *- 9 > i?o7 > rev iewed the foilowing project and reconunends 



action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



350-352 Sutter Street Facade 



PHASE 



I, II, III 



AGENDA ITEM: VIII 



PRESENTED BY' ^ au l Newman, Al Sanchez, et. al. 



Pi. Mmr I rinstrin 
MAYOR 

CWic N Isaacs 

DIIUCIOR 

COMMISSIPNFRS 
|,ir(|in'line Ncmoiovski 
I'tesidrnt 
Roheil I ,«Rncra 
Vff President 

' n Alley 
'IWfolK Duncan 
|" I lait.SOIl 

William I'alerson 

I'rlci Rndiif.llf'/ 
Roselvne C Swig 
P.-iy lalialorro 
Dmitri Vedcnsky. |r 

EX Oil If IP MFMBLRS 
Presidents of the 
line Ail<; Museum. 
I ibrarv Commission, 
ri.miiino Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Petite Sophisticate 

Presentation of marble sample and lettering sample as requested by 
the Committee at an earlier meeting. Applicant also noted that 
the marble step-down had been eliminated. 

Committee Recommendation: TO reduce high contrast between color 
of letters and the light pink marble. Applicant was requested 
to submit a new color sample for the letters to the Commission 
prior to their installation on the building. 



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Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: changing 



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For the Committee: 

. " . r-Mav4 1987 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of ^ ' 

Resolution No.: ^A'V^J^L approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: C\fcy(t A<jW\^ \\ ffl > 

Director of Cultural Affairs 









rt'i HyHr Street 
Suite 310 

S.in Francis' -.1. CA °4I07. 
415 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting o.L" April 2%, 1987 ^ reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 350-352 Sutter Street Facade 



PHASE I ' IX > 11J - 



ACENDA ITEM: VIII 



PRESENTED BY : p aul Newman, et. al 



I'i.HHir li'iii'.li-m 
MAX >R 

Ctolir fJ Is.wcs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|,iC(|iirline Nemerovski 
Piesicleni 
Robert I .iRorcd 
Vic^JL'fC^iclccil 

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|o HflliSfli 
VVillMin I'.tlnson 
I'olri Roilriy.i"'' 

Rosrlvtir C ^wig 
R.iy r.ili.ilrno 
Dmitri Veclcnsky. |r 

lx officio members 

Presidents of die 
linr Arts Mlisctltn. 
t ilTciry Commission. 
Pl<irtnin<> Commission, 
Recreation ,incl P.itk 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N: 



Casual Corner 



Applicant presented plans for signage which were the same 
plans as submitted on April 7th. The Committee indicated 
that the repeating logo was not acceptable. 

The Committee members and the applicants agreed to reduce 
the logs to four repetitions; one logo each in the second, 
third, sixth and seventh bays. 



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Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: €7/pUjA7iX9J /*e cx/6 



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For the Coniut. 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of_ 

Resolution No. : ^\ * %\'7<?j 



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May 4, 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein 
For the Commissio 



Director of Cultural (Affairs 



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April 21, 1987 



'ianne Feinstein 
1AYOR 

laire N Isaacs 
'I RECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
icqueline Nemerovski 
resident 

obert LaRocca 
ice President 

ernon Alley 
imothy Duncan 
) Hanson 
/illiam Paterson 
eter "'--''iguez 
^ Swig 

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mitri Vedensky. |r. 

K OFFICIO MEMBERS 
residents of the 
ne Arts Museum, 
brary Commission, 
banning Commission, 
ecreation and Park 
ommission 



Mrs. Jacqueline Nemerovski 

President, San Francisco Arts Commission 

40 Sea View Terrace 

San Francisco, CA 94121 

Dear Jackie: 

This is to inform you that the Civic Design Committee 
meeting scheduled for today, April 21, 1987, was cancelled 
due to lack of quorum. It is my understanding that 
Felix Warburg is out-of-town. Bob La Rocca was to attend 
the meeting but did not show. As the meetings are 
regularly scheduled for specific times and dates, the 
necessity to cancel seems unwarranted. 

I would therefore request that this issue (late or non-attendance) 
be raised at the next Arts Commission meeting, and that specific 
policies and procedures for the attendance of meetings be 
established. 



Sincerely, 



WW/ 



George-' Rockrise, Chair 
Civic Design Committee 

GR/rza 

cc: Claire Isaacs {/ 




THIS PRINT COVERS CALENDAR ITEM NO. 



PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 
City and County of San Francisco 



HETCH HETCHY WATER AND POWER 

Bureau of Light, Heat and Power 



DEPARTMENT 



BRIEF DESCRIPTION; 

Request that the Commission Approve the Street Lighting Improvement Project in the 
Civic Center Area 



EXPLANATION: 

At the behest of the Mayor for better street lighting in the Civic Center area, the 
Bureau of Light Heat and Power proposes to retrofit all the existing street lights 
shown in the highlighted portion of sketch SK870313-1 to accept high pressure 
sodium vapor lamps. The level of illumination will be approximately tripled, while 
the energy consumption will be halved. 

In order to accomplish this change, the existing series circuit (6000 volts) will 
have to be replaced with multiple circuits (120 volts). The new wiring and longer 
lasting lamps will also yield a more reliable lighting system. 

A few modifications are also proposed for Polk Street, between Grove and McAllister 
Streets. Sketch SK870313-2 shows the existing facilities, while sketch SK870313-3 
depicts the final arrangement. The removal of one street light and the addition of 
two others on the west side will enhance the quality and quantity of illumination 
on Polk Street, next to City Hall. The round concrete pole at the Southeast corner 
of Polk and McAllister Streets will be replaced with an octagonal concrete pole and 
an older type luminal' re to match the remaining ones. 

This plan has been endorsed by James Wunderman of the Mayor's staff, Richard Hedman 
of City Planning, and Jonathan Malone of the Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board. 

As the proposed work will greatly improve the reliability and also reduce the need 
for maintenance, it will be performed by forces who normally maintain and repair 
City-owned street lighting systems. 

ENCLOSURES: (List numerically and by title) 

1. Resolution 

2. Drawings (3) 



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J. Wunderman (Mayor's Office) BLHP Chron File 

R.Evans (Director of Public Works) 



APPROVALS : DATE 

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MANAGER OF UNIT 

PREPARING CALENDAR ITEM: 



FINANCE (IF APPLICABLE): 
SECRETARY, PUC: 
GENERAL MANAGER, PUC: 




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TO BE RETURNED TO: JOE L DeGRACA 



ASSIGNED PUC CALENDAR DATE 



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PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

RESOLUTION No. 



RESOLVED, That this Commission hereby approves the Bureau of Light, 
Heat and Power's proposal to improve the illumination in the Civic Center 
Area, by converting the street lights, as shown on the highlighted 
portion of drawing SK870313-1, from incandescent to high pressure sodium 
vapor units. 






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Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE REVIEW 
SPECIAL MEETING 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
^^ ' 'Varburg 

E/^FfICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



A meeting was held on Tuesday, April 7, 1987 at 45 Hyde 
Street to review Uptown Parking Corporation's design 
submittals for three new tenant spaces at the Stockton- 
Sutter Street Garage building. The meeting was called 
at the request of Uptown Parking Corporation in order 
to expedite the approval process for the tenant spaces, 
and to allow Uptown Parking to submit the materials 
requited " for Phase I and II approval as requested by 
the Civic Design Committee at their meeting in March 1987. 
Present at the meeting were: George Rockrise, Chair, 
Civic Design Committee, San Francisco Arts Commission; 
Paul Newman, Esquire, Uptown Parking Corporation; 
Michael Spear, Zebra Awning; Richard Guynn, Secretary- 
Treasurer, Uptown Parking; Alfred Sanchez, President, 
Alfred Sanchez Construction. 

The applicants presented design plans and materials 
for the following: 

PETITE SOPHISTICATE 

Applicant presented plans which indicated the placement 
of Petite Sophisticate on an awning, or, alternatively 
with the logo on white plastic letters with black returns. 
Commissioner Rockrise indicated that the plastic lettering 
was the preferred design. The project was approved for 
Phase I and II approval, Phase III approval will be 
contingent upon the Arts Commission receiving a physical 
sample of the lettering. 



LAIZE ADZER 

The applicants presented design changes as requested 
by the Civic Design Committee in March, 1987. The 
plans for the tenant space are essentially the same 
in design, but have the ornamentation and deorative 
elements placed within the building, not on the facade 




The project was approved for Phases I, II and III with the 
requirement that the glass facade be reviewed and approved 
by a structural engineer and his/her findings submitted to 
the Arts Commission. 



Uptown Parking Garage 
Tenant Review 
Page Two 

*^ CASUAL CORNER 

Applicant presented color specifications as requested at the March Civic Design 
Committee meeting. Color specifications called for white lettering on a white 
facade. Commissioner Rockrise stated that the logo for Casual Corner had still 
not been reduced in number, as previously requested. He suggested that the 
signage be placed only i the second and third bays and eliminated from the first 
and fourth bays. The plans also called for an internally illuminated aluminum or 
steel light box with routed copy and an acrylic diffuser. 

The project was approved for Phases I and II with Phase III approval contingent upon 
the reduction of logo repetitions. 

These recommendations are to be discussed with Commissioners La Rocca and Warburg 
prior to the Arts Commission meeting and to be reported as a Committee Report 
at the Arts Committee meeting. 



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Re gin* Almaguer 

Acting Coordinator, Civic Design 




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Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



April 3, 1987 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



Mr. Paul Newman, Esq. 

244 Kearny Street 

San Francisco, CA 94108 



Re: Sutter Stockton Street 
Tenant Facades 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
^h ' .ie B. Metwally 
^^^ Rockrise 

Pe^^Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



Dear Mr. Newman: 

This is to clarify the Civic Design Committee's review of and 
recommendations for the three tenant spaces at the Sutter- 
Stockton Street Garage, and to confirm our recent disucssions 
regarding this matter. 

As we discussed yesterday, the Civic Design Committee approved the 
proposed designs for Petite Sophisticate and Casual Corner for 
Phase I only. Phase II approval is contingent upon submission of 
color samples, lighting samples and drawings of the facades 
illustrating the revisions as suggested by the Commmittee. As we 
discussed, if you are able to have these materials prepared and 
submitted to us by 2:00 p.m. on April 7, we will make every attempt 
to have them reviewed prior to the Arts Commission meeting at 3:00. 
If the designs as submitted are approved, the Arts Commission will 
issue a resolution ackowledging this approval. However, if the 
revised designs are not submitted and/or not approved, you will 
have to resubmit them at the next Civic Design Committee, which 
will be held on April 21. Approval of all three phases is required 
by City Charter prior to a building permit being issued. 

Regarding the question on the number of times each tenant's logo 
may be repeated, Commissioner Rockrise confirmed that it was the 
Committee's desire that each name be illustrated only once (i.e. 
non-repeating signage) . Lastly, please be reminded that the 
proposed design for the Liza Adzer facade was not approved and 
must be resubmitted prior to any approval being made. 

Thank you for your attention to this matter. If I can clarify any 
of this information for you, please advise. 

Sincerely, 



Regina Almaguer 

Coordinator, Civic Design Committee 




cc: George Rockrise, Chair, Civic Design 




45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



April 3, 1987 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



Mr. Paul Newman, Esq. 

244 Kearny Street 

San Francisco, CA 94108 



Re: Sutter Stockton Street 
Tenant Facades 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
^ rie B. Metwally 

^^^_ . .. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



Dear Mr. Newman: 

This is to clarify the Civic Design Committee's review of and 
recommendations for the three tenant spaces at the Sutter- 
Stockton Street Garage, and to confirm our recent disucssions 
regarding this matter. 

As we discussed yesterday, the Civic Design Committee approved the 
proposed designs for Petite Sophisticate and Casual Corner for 
Phase I only. Phase II approval is contingent upon submission of 
color samples, lighting samples and drawings of the facades 
illustrating the revisions as suggested by the Commmittee. As we 
discussed, if you are able to have these materials prepared and 
submitted to us by 2:00 p.m. on April 7, we will make every attempt 
to have them reviewed prior to the Arts Commission meeting at 3:00. 
If the designs as submitted are approved, the Arts Commission will 
issue a resolution ackowledging this approval. However, if the 
revised designs are not submitted and/or not approved, you will 
have to resubmit them at the next Civic Design Committee, which 
will be held on April 21. Approval of all three phases is required 
by City Charter prior to a building permit being issued. 

Regarding the question on the number of times each tenant's logo 
may be repeated, Commissioner Rockrise confirmed that it was the 
Committee's desire that each name be illustrated only once (i.e. 
non-repeating signage). Lastly, please be reminded that the 
proposed design for the Liza Adzer facade was not approved and 
must be resubmitted prior to any approval being made. 



Thank you for your attention to this matter, 
of this information for you, please advise. 



If I can clarify any 



Sincerely, 

Regtna Almaguer 

Coordinator, Civic Design Committee 




cc: George Rockrise, Chair, Civic Design 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



April 9, 1987 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Ap ia-Marie B. Metwally 
^ . Rockrise 

>^^ ...ydriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



Mr. Paul Newman, Esq. 

244 Kearny Street 

San Francisco, CA 94108 

Dear Mr. Newman: 

Enclosed please find a copy of the City Charter which 
describes the functions, powers and duties of the 
Arts Commission. Also enclosed is a copy of the 
submission requirements for design review by the 
Civic Design Committee. 

Your resolution numbers and project descriptions for 
the Sutter-Street Garage will be sent under separate 
cover . 

If we can be of further assistance, please advise. 

Sincerely, 



Reglyia Almaguter 

Acting Coordinator, Civic Design 





45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 04 10? 
115 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of April 28. 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Muni Bus Shelter Design/Gannett OutdooMlASE I, II, III 



AGENDA ITEM: 



IX 



PRESENTED BY: Doug Wright, Jill Thompson, et. al 



Dunne I einstein 
MAYOR 

Chirr N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONFRS 
|ac«|uelinc Nemrrovski 
President 

Rnbrit I aRocca 
Vice President 

\Wnon Alley 
^^ """uncan 

WfWET.i Pan-ison 
Olcf Rodnc.ur? 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vfdcnsky. I' 

lx orncio mfmblrs 

Presidents "I the 
Tine Art 1 ; Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPT10N: 



Discussion with Civic Design Committee members regarding the prototype 
bus shelter which had been on display on April 24, 1987. 

Commissioner Rockrise inquired as to where excess water runs off. 
Mr. Wright answered that the gutter originally designed to be at the 
corner of the two glass edges had been removed, and that the water 
will discharge from the shelter directly onto the sidewalk. 

Commissioners Rockrise and La Rocca commented that the rotating 
seats appeared to be somewhat high for the typical bus shelter user, 
and requested that the seat level be reduced to 21" or 22". It was 
further suggested that a test be done with the lowered seats to 
obtain public reaction. 

Commissioner Rockrise inquired as to the height of the signage on 
the south side of the shelter, noting that it was approximately 
5 feet high and that adults could not see over it. 

Mr. Wright noted that 4' x 6' is the standard height and that it 
was a part of the request for proposals. 







Commissioner Rockrise asked whether the 911 emergency code was 
indicated on the phone booths; Mr. Wright said that it was . ,<W^ P/<9 

(over) 
Committee Recommendation: approved Subject to: 



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For the Gommi 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of 



Chairperson 
May 4, 1987 



Resolution N 



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approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Commissi 



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Director of Cultural (iVffai 



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,1 indicated that II did not. 

al80 discussed the MUNI logo which will be placed on the 
nul ceconBe nded that the same colors be used at all sxtes, 
thm lMV , the colore changed according to neighborhoods. 



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Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 

19 MAY 1987 

3:00-5:00 p.m 

MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 

THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROOM 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
c„i;^ m Warburg 

gSUFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



AGENDA 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS PHASE(S) 

I. Encroachment permit/950 Van Ness Avenue I, II, III 

Euro-Motors, Inc. 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ACHITECTURE 

II. Relocation of Northern Police Station/ III 

Mark Primeau 

III. Public Restrooms/Siting Only /Woody Jones I 

IV. Portsmouth Square Elevator Building/Shannon Maloney I 

V. Civic Auditorium/Installation of new exit doors, I, II, III 
new concrete stairs and landings/Jane Gee 

VI. Civic Auditorium/Installation of loading dock I, II, III 

rolling doors/Herbert Chee 

VII. Fulton Clubhouse Renovation /Berry von Hungen Groth I, II 




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415 550 3463 



CIVIC 



DESIGN 



C M M I T T E E 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee ol the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of May 19, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Encroachment Permit/950 Van Ness Avenue PHASE I, II, III 



AGENDA ITEM 



PRESENTED BY: EuroMotors, Inc. Mr. Don Pedersen 



Pi. >nnc I t'iiiMcin 
MAYOR 

Cl.'.'ii' N levies 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
]cn (|iirlinc Ni.Miiftovski 
1'iesidenl 

Robcti I nRorca 
Vitr President 

Vernon Miry 

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I'pTtt Rndiipj""? 
Kbsrlvnp C Swig 
P.iy Wi«ileito 
Dmilri Vedensky, |i 

LX Oirif IO MFMBtRS 
Presidents o( Hie 
Fine Arts Museum. 
I iht.ity Commission. 
Planning Cpmniission, 
Recreation nnd P.irk 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPTION; 



One 18" diameter base with 12" tapering pillar supporting a 
double-faced clock. 14" set back to 18" diameter pillar 
base from curve facing. Clock to be placed in front 
of EuroMotors. Clock height = 13*0"; Clock diameter = 36". 

Specifications on file at Arts Commission Office. 



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Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee 




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The Arts commission, at its meeting of 
Resolution No. : (g\ - ^"V ^ ~U\Q 



Chairperson 

June 1, 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 



For the Commission: Q\fafL "&§#&> 




Director of Cuitural/)Af fairs 



City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works 

Bureau of Engineering 



May 7, 1987 



Request for Encroachment Permit 

at 950 Van Ness Avenue 



San Francisco Art Commission 
Civic Design Committee 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attn: Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Ladies and Gentlemen: 

Please provide your comments regarding the following request for 
an encroachment permit in the street or sidewalk area. 



Applicant : 



Euro-Motors, Inc. 
950 Van Ness Avenue 
San Francisco, CA 94109 
Attn: Don Pedersen 



Description 



One (1) 18-Inch diameter base with 12-inch tapering 
pillar to support double-faced clock. 



Please notify the applicant to attend any hearing of the Art 
Commission's Civic Design Committee. 

This Department is delaying action on the subject request until 
the design has been approved by the Art Commission. 

Very truly yours, 





Oortuj/^K/ 



e F. Ovadia 

reet Use Control Section 
Division of Streets $ Highways 



Attachment: Copy of Application 

Copy of Plan 
cc . : Applicant 



(415)558*3608 



Room 351, City Hall 



San Frandaoo 04102 



City and County of San Francisco 




Department of Public Works^ 

Bureau of Engineering 



APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR 

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City and County of San Francisco 



Department of Public Works 
Bureau of Engineering 




May 5, 1987 



San Francisco Art Commission 
45 Hyde Street, Room 319 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Attention: Civic Design, Planning and 
Art Enrichment Committee 

Gentlemen: 



Portsmouth Square Elevator Building 
Phase I Development 



Please place this project on the agenda for Phase I review at your next 
regular meeting. 

If further information is required, please contact Shannon Maloney of the 
Project Management Division at 558-4816. 

Very truly yours, 



Shannon Malonev * 



Shannon Maloney 
Project Manager 



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SM:hl 

cc: Recreation and Park Dept. 
Gordon H. Chong, AIA 



(415) 558-3608 



Room 351, City Hall 



San Francisco 94102 



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4^ Mycin Street 
Snitn 3IQ 

San rtoncisco.CA 94102 
415 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design ConiiniLlee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of ^ay 19, 1987 > reviewed the foilowing project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



. Relocation of N. Police Station 



PHASE 



, III 



AGENDA ITEM: II 



PRESENTED BY: 



Mark Primeau 



Diftnnr leinstcin 
MAK1R 

Cl.iilf N Is.iacs 
[)IRtC10R 

COMMISSION! l!S 

|.k (|iiclilic Ntmnovski 

I'lesiclcnl 

Robert l.iRocca 
Vice President 

V'Tnon Alley 
liniotlK Puncan 



^^ m I'lSOIl 

[>i, . ftodiif.iic/ 
RosHvne (.' Swig 
R.iy T.ili.ileno 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

r.x orriao mtmbers 

Presidents of the 
line Arts Minriim, 
I friary Commission. 
['Itinninp, Commission, 
Recreation nnd l\vk 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRiPTION 



Final details of design of Northern Police Station. Placement 
of exterior tile, measuring 12" x 12" in grey-green color. 
Cornices to be of aquamarine tiling. 

Grey-blue stucco on upper level with fibberglas moldings. 

Police logos to be placed on top of each column; logos to be 
done in ceramic. Lighting to be placed on every second column. 

Committee recommendation: To palce the City seal on the interior 
wall rather than to repeat the police logo. 



Commi t tee Re c onune nda t ion : 



approved 



Subject to: 



Si 



For the Committee: 




,/• r^Ax-t > Chai 



The Arts commission, at res meeting of_ 

Resolution No. : (g\rW "" 23c\ 

as indicated herein. 



irperson 
.TnnP 1, 1987 



approved the project submission 



For the Conini 



iBBion: C$M^ -^WA<7 f\ 

Director of CulturaiAAf fai 



rs 



, 




41 Mytk' ^tirct 

Si'ite 31" 

San rtancl'.'M.CA r >4IO?. 

415 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design CoiiuniLlee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting ul" May 19, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: DPW Study/ Siting of Public Restrooms PHASE I 



AGENDA ITEM: III 



PRESENTED BY: Woody Jones, Bureau of Architecture 



lli.'nnr leitlSlein 

MAYOR 

Cl.i'ir N Kiacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSION! RS 
|,'f (incline Nemerovski 
1'iesiflent 

RnheM I .ll'.occa 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
limoth', Duncan 

Peter Rodiioue; 
Rosclvne ( Swiy, 
Ray lalialciro 

Dmitri Vedensky, |i. 
i.x orncio MFMBERS 

Presidents of the 
line Ails Museum. 
Libr.ny Commission, 

Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N 



DPW study of recommendations for the siting of public restrooms. 
Applicant informed Committee that approximately $300,000 has been 
allocated to build and place restrooms across the City. Restrooms 
to be maintained by DPW or other City agencies as sited. Restrooms 
will be designed and built by a General Contractor. 

The Committee recommended that 1) Whenever possible the restroom 
facilities should be integrated into building facades and 2) wherever 
possible the restrooms should be underground rather than above ground. 

Comments, recommendations and approvals as per attached list per site. 







Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: attached 



list of recommendations* and rnnvme 



For the Committee: 




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f<zstJln+<>c 



, Chairperson 



The Arts commission, at its meeting of_ 
Resolution No.: Ul ~ "V * 1S\~^ 
as indicated herein. 

For the Commission: (VftryiC 



Jun e . 1 . 1987 



approved the project submission 




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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



On May 19, 1987, the Civic Design Committee made the following 
recommendations in response to the Bureau of Architecture's 
site study for public restrooms: 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



1. Union Square : Recommendation for DPW to study the necessity of 
placing additional restrooms in this area relative to existing 
facilities. 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 

Timothy Duncan 

Stanley Eichelbaum 

Jo Hanson 

William Paterson 

Anna-Marie B. Metwally 

George T. Rockrise 

Peter Rodriguez 
^k ; C. Swig 

^ * :. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N, Isaacs 



2. Hallidie Plaza : Recommendation to reclocate site out of view of 
the Powell Street Cable Car; recommendation to consider siting 
the restrooms along the Northeast side of Market Street. 

3. Bay and Taylor Turnaround : Suggestion to consider expanding 
the existing Muni shelter to include a toilet facility. 

4. Victorian Park : Approval of site near the Dolphin Club/Jefferson 
Street; recommendation to improve the existing toilet facility 

in that area and/or to renovate the existing pump station into 
a toilet facility; Committee opposition to building a separate 
restroom at this site. 

5. North Beach : No objection to site proposed at the School for 
Business and Commerce. Recommendation for DPW to restudy North 
Beach area for alternative sites. 

6. Market and Castro : Recommendation that DPW confer with PUC 
to integrate site proposals with the new Transit Plan Study; 
approval of site at the Muni turnaround if it does not conflict 
with the PUC Transit Plan. 



7. Tenderloin : Approval of site at McAuley Park. 

8. Civic Cente r: Committee opposition to additional structures for 
Civic Center; recommendation that DPW consult with Committee 
for the Civic Center Master Plan; recommendation to integrate 
restrooms with the State Building site if possible. 

The Civic Design Committee further recommended that all new public 
restrooms be integrated into building facades whenever possible and 
that whenever possible the restrooms should be built underground. 

The Committee also recommended that all proposed sites be included on 
the large site map prepared by DPW and that two to three alternatives 
be proposed for each location. 




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<1^ llyd" Street 

Suite 310 

Stin Francisco. CA 04 10? 
415 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of M ^q 1937 > reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Portsmouth Sq uare Elevator Rldg. 



PHASE 



1_L 



AGENDA ITEM: IV 



PRESENTED BY: Gordon Chong 



(li.inui- Iciiislcin 
MAYOR 

Cl.iiir N Isaacs 
DIRtCIOR 

COMMIS5IONI RS 

|,n (incline Nemerovski 
President 

Robe it I .iRnrca 
Vice President 

Vi-'noti Allev 



William r.iii-isoii 
IVtei Rocliic.UF'j 
Roseh ne C ^>wiy, 
P.\y lalialniio 
Dmitri Vedcnsky. |i 

[.X OltK IO MTMULRS 
I'lrsir.lcnts of the 
fine Ail>; Museum. 
Library Commission, 
n.Miniut) Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Applicant stated that Recreation and Parks Dept. had requested that 
the existing elevator be reduced in size or relocated to accomodate 
park rehabilitation plans. Applicant will relocate the elevator to 
flank the bridge between the park and the Chinese Cultural Center. 
The elevator building will have a blue tile roof and an entrance 
portal to the bridge (non-enclosed) . It will have an elevated pitched 
terrace with ornamentation on the gables. The exterior will be of 
split block with concrete columns. 

The Committee requested that the original landscape architects, 
Royston, et. al. be asked to complete the landscaping. Bob 
Appleton of DPW Architecture responded that the landscaping was to 
be provided by DPW Rec and Park Engineering. Commissioner Rockrise 
requested that a letter be sent to DPW to confirm the above 
request. 



Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 



above 



1S1 



recommendation. 



i mmendation. — ■+—* c ^ - »- . „ 

onuni 1 1 e e : y\JJ>jxj*A^ / > I C^rA^^X haivpe 



For the Cc 

The Arts commission, at its "meeting of_ 

Resolution No.: jt\' < j k \^lP( J > 



rson 

JUne 1, 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 
For the Coimuissio 



Director of Cultural Affairs 



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'IS Hyde Street 
Suite 310 

S.-vi FmncisTO, CA 04107 
415 550 3-163 



C 1 V J. C DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of May 19, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Civic Auditorium/New Doors & landings PHASE T f TT r TTT 



AGENDA ITEM: v 



PRESENTED BY: Jane Gee, DFW Architecture. 



I''.\nn'- Icinslcin 
MAYOR 

Cl.vtn N Ki.ics 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 

|.u (|iir*linc Ncmrmvski 

President 

Robert I .iRoccfl 
Vice 1'iesUlcnl 

Veinon Alley 
Eimnlln Duncon 

1'olc Rndiiy.iifz 
RpscIviic C Swig 
R.ly illi.lI'MtO 
Dmitri Veticnsky. |r 

LX niric K.i MFMDLRS 
Prpjsidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
I iln.wv Commission, 
ri.iiininc, Commission, 
ReriC'ition .mil I'.irk 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N: 

Applicant stated that the Board of Supervisors has requested that 
the exisiting doors surrounding the Civic Auditorium be modified 
to remove the recessed areas which are being used by transients as 
sleeping quarters. The code requirement is for 5 foot landings; 
the new stairways will be designed to encroach an additional five feet 
onto the sidewalk. New stairs would be within the bulkhead area. 
There will be 18 exit doors; costs will be between $150,000 to 
$250,000 depending on the type of doors and railings to be used. 



Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 







imM. 



For the Committee 




The Arts commission, at its meeting of 

Resolution No. : ( p {* \\ " ~[^A 

as indicated herein. 



A (/^g^fcc-^ jjChairperson 

June 1, 1987 



approved the project submission 



For the Commissi 



Director of Cultural* A/flairs 




IS Mycin street 

5uitc 3I C > 

5.1H Franclrco. CA 04107 

115 550 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of May 19, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Fulton Clubhouse Renovation 



PHASE i» 11 



AGENDA ITEM 



. VII 



PRESENTED BY: 



DPW Architecture 



Kinnr I rin'.lrln 
VIAYOR 

Cl.iiir N Kmcs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
i\c<|iiplinc Nemeiovski 
I'lesiclent 

Rnbrrl I nRocca 

Vice President 

I'rtnnn Allry 

|V|pi RoiImp.iip/ 
Rtwlvnr ( *>wiy, 
P,.iy T.ili.ilciro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |i 

LX OrriCIO MEMBERS 
Presidents ni the 
fine Arts Museum 
I ihi.irv Commission, 
ri.innino Commission, 
Recreation ,incl Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PT10N 



Renovation of Clubhouse at Fulton and 22nd Avenue. Budget aprpoximately 
$105,000. Addition of new roof, alarm system, new flooring, handicap 
acess to restrooms, replacement of light fixtures, new kitchen floors, 
improvement of existing kitchen cabinets. Roof will be replaced with 
a metal roof of galvanized sheet steel. 

Applicant presented color samples for interior and exterior. The Committee 
recommended that the blue to be used on the exterior be deepened, and that 
the applicant reconsider the proposed floor color which the Committee felt 
to be too light and non-descript. 

The Committee discussed the Art Enrichment possibilities for the project. 
Their recommendation was that the grill and/or the breast of the fireplace 
be utilized for Art Enrichment (i.e. either a decorative grill or 
ceramic tiling for the breast of the fireplace) . Art Enrichment budget will 
be approximately $2,000. 




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Committee Recommendation: approved 

recommendations. ^ 

For the Committee: SKj&^s^ „ '> " ^^Cxe^u , Chairperson 
The Arts commission, at its meeting of 
Resolution No. : 



Subject to: above 






June 1, 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 

For the Commiss 



ion: rfyttfc -&m#> Wag 

Director of Cultural Af)£ai. r 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

16 JUNE 1987 

3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

MAIN IIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 

THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROOM 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
5aiiv \a Warburg 

^r^.ViCIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 

1. Chinese Hospital Parking Expansion/ 

Trenton Alley & James ALley/Mr. Pius Lee 

II. Encroachment Permit/720 Market Street/ 
Kinya Tsuruta Associates 

III. Kioban Design Review/Office of the Mayor/ 
Mark Primeau 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 



PHASE(S) 



I, II, III 



I, II, III 



I, II, III 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



IV. Garfield Pool Alternations and Additions/ 
Bob Appleton 



I, II 







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'IS llyrln Street 
Suite 310 

San hiinclsru. CA 04107. 
415 550 3/163 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

'Hie Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Coimnission, at its 
meeting of May 19, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



Civic Auditorium Loading Dock 



PHASE I. II, III 



AGENDA ITEM: VI 



PRESENTED BY: Herb Chee, DPW Architecture 



IM.iimr leinsteln 

MA 1 ) OH 

Cl.'hr W K.WCS 
DIRICIOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|,icquelinc Nemeiovski 
I'resicleiil 

Robert I .iRore.i 

Vice President 

Vi'inon Alley 
lii-alliv OunCtin 



I'eter Rodrijnifr 
Roselyne C Swig 
P.iy l.ili.ileiio 
Dmitri Veclcnsky. |t 

LX OlliriO MFMHIRS 
Presidents ol trie 
lire Ails Museum. 
I iln.ir v Commission, 
I'l.iniiiiij', Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PTJ.0N: 

Placement of rolling grills over the loading docks on the Hayes St. 
side of Civic Auditorium. Loading docks will not affect clearance. 
Grills will be of anodized aluminum. 




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Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee 




-^ f *v < ~ r Z^iA^^ t j t Chairperson 
Tlie Arts commission, at Ifs meeting of July ' ^° 7 



Resolution No. : 76-87-299 __ 

as indicated herein. 

For the Coimnission: Pyj\\((^ 'lfr j\ft£<s 

Director of Cultural' Affairs 



approved the project submission 




: 




'^ Hyde Street 

uire 3IO 

an Francisco. CA 94102 

U5 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of 16 June 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Lake M erced Boathouse 



PHASE 



AGENDA ITEM: AHrHMnn PRESENTED BY: Tnm Rngman 



)iannr I pinslein 
AAYOR 

l.iiie N K.i.ics 
HRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
jcqueline Nemerovski 
resident 

ioberl laRocca 
'ice President 

'ernon Alley 
imoths Puncan 

B} ton 

^^^ ■• MICIIC7 

loselync C Swig 
lay lalialnto 
)mitri Vedensky. |r 

.x orricio mfmbers 

'residents n( the 

inr Arts Museum 

ibrary Commission, 
'tanning Commission, 
lecreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Project was not reviewed due to insuffcient materials by applicant, 

Applicant was requested to bring in site photos and architectural 
renderings of the proposed redesign/additions. 




Committee Recommendation: 



not approved 



Subject to: 



; or the Committee: /\jQ^nM4. (z ^ / ^ t/ ^ t/t ^" , Chairperson 



»*? 



The Arts commission, at its meeting of 
Resolution No. : 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 



jW& 



imm 



For the Commission 



Director of Cultural Affairs 



' 




^S Hyde Street 
Suite 310 

San Francisco. CA 04102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of 16 June 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Garfield Pool Alterations 



PHASE 1 



AGENDA ITEM: 



IV PRESENTED BY: Jorge Alfaro/DPW Architecture 



Dianne leinstcin 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert UiRocca 
Vice President 

Vmnon Allry 
Timotln Duncan 



IV^PRrvrlrip.iie/ 
Roselync ( Swig 
Ray Talialerro 

Dmitri Vedcnsky, |i 

LX OITICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents ol (lie 

Tine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECRIPTION: 



Alterations and additions to existing pool at 26th and Harrison. 
New addition will allow control into the pool area and the locker 
area; visual access to the nearby tot lot. Removal of existing canopy 
to be replaced with a 4 foot overhang. Overhang will be sloped to 
prevent climbing. 

Architect noted that there is an existing wall mural; redesign would 
remove 6" of mural on either side.* Budget is $35,000 for exterior 
work to include the relocation of two existing doors. 

Rec* Committee noted that it is against the California Art Preservation 

Act to destroy or alta: artwork and that therefore the mural must be 

left as is. The Committee requested that the architect investigate 

the origin of the mural to determine how to maintain in during construction, 

The Committee also suggested changing the existing tile on the kiosk 

and to chip off the existing tile and finish it with stucco. 

Requested for Phase II, material/color samples. 




Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 



above reccommendations 




^ /. [(-rrsfuLt^i ^* Chairperson 
The Arts commission, at its meeting of 6 July 1987 

76-87-302 



Resolution No. : 



as indicated herein. 



approved the project submission 






For the Commission: 



Director of Cultural Affairs 



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4 5 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: S.F. Int'l Airport Post Office 

Loading Dock 
PRESENTED BY: 



PHASE i, n, in 



Dianne fpinstoln 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothv Duncan 

jy erson 

Ter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r 

EX OITICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Project was reviewed prior to the full Arts Commission meeting on 
July 6, 1987 and recommended for approval by the Civic Design 
Committee Chairman, George Rockrise. Recommendation was for 
approval of plans as submitted for Phases I, II, III. 



Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 




For the Committee: 




The Arts Commission at its meeting of 
Resolution No.: CD - 76 - 87 - 319 



A y^yg^t/ui,*, ., Chairperson 
its meeting of July 6, 1987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 





4S Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA "4107 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting of 16 June 1 Q87 > reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



D'anne leinstoin 
MAYOR 

Claiie N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 
Robert I aRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Fimothv Duncan 



wn 

Rosclvne C Swig 
Ray Talialerro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |i 

r_x orncio members 

Presidents of the 

Fine Ails Museum 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT SUBMISSION; Kioban Design for Powell Street PllASEi, II, III 

nnurrMwun nw. Mark Primeau, Lt. Suttmeir 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: 



PROJECT DECRIPTiON 



Design of Police Kioban for Hallidie Plaza (Powell and Market). 

Kioban to be of stainless steel (14 gauge); with corrugated roof 

of galvanized steel which will be painted. Stainless steel roll-down 

windows. Kioban to be on four wheels. Roof will reflect a cable car 

design. 

The SFPD insignia will be in gold and blue and will identify 

the kioban as a police station. The kioban will have glazed 

windows and will have access to the SFPD computer system. 

Committee Recommendation: To repeat the Police Station Identification 
on the rear side, facing Market, to identify it from the opposite 
point of viewing. 




Committee Recommendation: 
recommendation 



approved 



Subject to: above 



For the Committee 




s^flyi */, / . ^Cg^tq^t-C jChairperson 
The Arts commission, at its meeting of 



6 July 1987 



Resolution No. 



76-87-301 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 







For the Commission: 



Director of Cultural Affairs 




45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 0410; 
415 558 3463 



CIV 



DESIGN COMMIT T E E 



ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco ARts Commission, at its 
meeting ol" June 16, 1987 t reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated; subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Chinese Hospital Parking Expansion PHASE 1. 



AGENDA ITEM: 



PRESENTED BY: Mr. Pious Le< 



Di.innr leinstcin 
MAYOR 

Claiie N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
)ac(|itcline Nlemerovski 
Presidenl 

Rnbcil I .iRocca 
Vice President 

Vi-mon Alley 
Timothy Ouncan 

In.lJUnson 

son 

jnnguez 

Roselvnr C Swig 
Ray Taliaffvio 
Dmitri Vedensky. |(. 

ex orncio MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
fine Aits Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DECR1PTI0N: 

Additoin of two-story parking area behind Trenton Alley. The parking 
area will be two stories below grade and will be used for private 
parking (Hospital staff, etc). Space for 9 cars per level. 
No ramps due to staggered levels. 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



/XJ&riyc^ I l^-^W^ CJiairperson 



For the Committee 

The Arts commission, at its meeting of July 6, 1987 

Resolution No. 



76-87-300 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 



#T*T^ 



For the Commission: 



Director of Cultural Affairs 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 
21 JULY 1987, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 
MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 
THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROOM 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 

\A/il[iam Paf<=>rSOn 

^ 5. Metwally 

L^gpc-i. Kockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS PHASE(S) 

I. Sprankle, Lynd and Sprague/SFO Hilton III 
Landscape and Exterior Renovation/ 
Dick Groves, Gary Frye 

II. Alfred Sanchez, Inc. /Petite Sophisticate III 
Signage/352 Sutter Streer 

III. Spectrum Foods, Inc. /Metal Benches at I, II, III 
524 Van Ness Avenue 

SUBMISSIONS BY RECREATION AND PARKS 



DIRECTOR 

Claire IM. Isaacs 



IV. Plaque for North Beach Tot Lot in 
Honor of Nan Becker 



I, II, III 




SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 

V. Ghiradelli Rustic Card Shelter/Golden 
Gate Park/Edward Janelli 

SUBMISSIONS BY THE PUC 




VI. Moccasin Maintenance Facility: Electric 
Shop/Fuel Island 

DISCUSSION OF CIVIC DESIGN GUIDELINES AS PREPARED 
BY MICHAEL BELL 



III 




45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of July 21, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 



PROJECT SUBMISSION; SFO Hilton Renovation and Landscaping PHASE III ( a ) 

PRESENTED BY : Dick Groves and Gary Frve 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Applicants presented third phase plans for renovations and landscaping 
of the outdoor area of the SFO Hilton. Phase III (a) was approved 
with Phase III (b) pending submission of color submittals. Applicant 
indicated that graphics and signage will be done after construction ends. 



Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky, |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Tlanning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 




Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: Phase II (b) 



subject to color submittals. 



For the Committee 



r lM^4£M. Chairperson 

The Arts Commission ^ ivs meeting of ^Mftf ~\ Y\j\ 

Resolution No.: 9^ " ° V ^b(o 




approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of July 21, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Petite Sophisticate Colors 



PHASE III supp lement 



PRESENTED BY: 



Alfred Sanchez 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Applicant presented final color samples for the lettering for Petite 

Sophisticate at 352 Sutter Street. The Committee reviewed the 

color samples and selected color number 3 (on file) . 



Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselvne C. Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky, |r 

EX OTFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Tlanning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 




Committee Recommendation: 



: frM(U$ 



Subject to: 



For the Committee ' (k fj${(k; {Q0m\M [?/fj , Chairperson 
The Arts Commission/ \t ^its meeting of 
olution No.: ^/^Va" ^VT 



Res 

as indicated herein. 



approved the project submission 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of 21 July 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated^ subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Spectrum Foods/Metal Benches 
PRESENTED BY: Mark Stevens 



PHASE I, II, in 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Plans to place benches in front of Spuntino's Restauant on Van Ness. 
Benches will be placed adjacent to the conctrete curb. Benches will 
be form and surfaces in wicker-style, of black enamelled metal. 



FHTTey 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 




Committee Recommenda 



Lion: WQ&Rl 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 
The Arts Commission 



Resolution No.: %^)^T"~ S^)X 

as indicated herein. 



li}L |^ (. M\ ^ \( ^ chair P e ^" 

. ife^ meeting of \ &-ugust 3, 1987 



approved the project submission 




ALFRED J. SANCHEZ 

INCORPORATED 

CONSTRUCTION CONSULTANT 

6454 ESTATES DRIVE 

OAKLAND, CA 94611 

S.F. (415) 397-021 1 OAK. (415) 339-9571 



June 18, 19 87 



Ms. Regina Almaguer 

Arts Commission of San Francisco 

Civic Design Committee 

45 Hyde Street, Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Re: Petit Sophisticate Store at Sutter/Stockton Garage 

Dear Regina, 

Please excuse the delay on our part in responding to Commissioner 
Rockrise's letter of May 29, 1987. 

COLOfk SELECTION &Y 
We had difficulties regarding the owner's representative due 
to his travel schedule. 

Attached please find three color sample selections made by Petit 
Sophisticate. 

I hope that one of these samples meets with your approval. 

JThe corrective work relative to your letter will start immediately 
>n the committee's approval of the color. 

you for your patience and help in this matter. 

Ls, 



red J. Sanchez 




AJS/ms 
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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of July 21, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



Pianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

t^^^ " r ~'ca 

V^ron Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Plaque for North Beach Tot Lot 
PRESENTED BY ; Deborah Learner, Rec and Park Dept 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Ms. Learner presented schematic drawing of a plaque to be placed 
in the North Beach tot lot in honor of Nan Becker. The plaque 
will be placed on the fence facing inward to the seating area. 



PHASE I, H t in 



Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 




For the Committee 



' , {flOj/fM ^ Chairperson 

The Arts Commission atl ijtsjmeeting of / ^August 3, 1987 



Resolution No . : ft ^ £> *\ QJH 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 




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T"ty and County of San Francisco 



Recreation and Park Department 




July 2, 1987 



Ms. Regina Almageur 

San Francisco Arts Commission 

45 Hyde Street 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Dear Ms. Almageur: 

I would like to request that the placement of a plaque at the 
site of the North Beach Tot Lot be reviewed by the Civic Design 
Committee of the Arts Commission at its meeting scheduled for 
July 21, 1987. 

The plaque would be 4 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, made of brass. The 
lettering would be Helvetica medium. The plaque would be placed on 
a brick fence column near the tot lot seating area as indicated on 
the attached plan. 

The Recreation and Park Commission has approved placement of 
the plaque at the North Beach Tot Lot. 

Thank you for your consideration. 

Very truly yours, 



h^^r\O^W 



Deborah Learner 
Planner 



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Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of July 21, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Ghiradelli Rustic Card Shelter, GGPark PHASE I 



PRESENTED BY: 



Ed Janelli 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 



Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Teter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

LXOrFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Mr. Janelli presented plans for the Ghiradelli Rustic Card Shelter 
which is used as a game area anf for receptions, picnics, etc. 
The form of the shelter will take the shape of the earlier shelter 
which had deteriorated. Shelter will not be enclosed, refurbished 
chess bases from the Stanyan St. Card shelter will be recycled 
for this location. tables will be accessible to the 
handicapped. 



Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to 




For the Committee: (\ I fjMj. iht\j{\^ \ /?/f) , Chairpers 
The Arts Commission (Vt ^ts meeting 01 \J August 3, 1 

Resolution No.: %Y ^V ^ 

as indicated herein. 



on 

987 



approved the project submission 





45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of July 21, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Moccasin Maintenance Facility 



PHASE III 



PRESENTED BY: 



Jim Walsh 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovskl 
President 

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Ve^vfi Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

F_X OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Applicant presented final plans for the Electric Shop and Fuel Island. 
Landscape plans were presented and approved; roofing colors and material 
samples were also presented and approved. 



Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 




For the Committee: [)M(<h^ \^)(\A\Y-^ , Chairperson 

The Arts Commission (at Aj)s meeting of August 3, 1987 , 

Resolution No ♦ : ^"V fy\ " ZT\ \ approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 




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)ianne Feinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
18 AUGUST 1987, 3:00-5:00 p.m 
MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 
THIRD FLOOR COMMISSION ROOM 



COMMISSIONERS 

icqueline Nemerovski 
resident 

obert LaRocca 
ice President 

ernon Alley 
mothy Duncan 
anley Eichelbaum 
Hanson 
'illiam Paterson 
ma-Marie B. Metwally 
eorge T. Rockrise 
°z 
vig 
1. Warburg 

I OFFICIO MEMBERS 

esidents of the 
ie Arts Museum, 
Vrity Commission, 
_\ <ng Commission, 
-creation and Park 
)mmission 



AGENDA 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 

1. San Francisco League of Urban Gardeners /Garden 
Development Program, McLaren Park 

II. 352 Sutter Building/PageBoy Storefront Awning 

III. Norland Properties/Curb Cut in front of Mandarin 
Hotel 

IV. One Holland Court Company /Encroachment Permit 
150 Fourth Street 



PHASE(S ) 
I, II, III 

I, II, III 
I, II, III 

I, II, III 



RECTOR 

aire N. Isaacs 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 

V. Excelsior Fieldhouse Renovations 
VI. Garfield/King Pool Modifications 



I, II, III 

II, III 








45 . ,e Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of August 18, 1987 ,reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated^ subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Mandarin Hotel Curb Cut 



PHASE 



PRESENTED BY : Norland Properties 



Di.mne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 



v'nTiam Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
V ""\Vedensky. |r. 

L.-l.FICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Applicants presented plans for curb cut in front of Mandarin 
Hotel to allow passenger drop-off and pick up. (Plans on file) 



Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 





For the Committee: /%J&**^ /* v ^f9^U4f , Chairperson 

The Arts Commission at its meeting of September 14, 1987 

Resolution No.: ^A.'VV " 'VSft 

as indicated herein. 



approved the project submission 



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NORLAND PROPERTIES 



CALIFORNIA CENTER 

345 CALIFORNIA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 94104 

TELEPHONE l«5) 434 7700 

TELEX 176065 



July 7, 1987 

Mr. Richard J. Evans 
Director of Public Works 
Room 260, City Hall 
San Francisco, Ca 94102 

RE: Mandarin Hotel, 222 Sansome Street, Encroachment permit 
request. 

Dear Mr. Evans: 

The newly completed Mandarin Hotel, located on Sansome Street 
between Pine and California, is experiencing a problem that was 
previously unforseen. Two years ago, during construction, the 
block on Sansome Street had parking meters it's entire length. 
When the Hotel entrance was located, Norland Properties requested 
and recieved approval to remove some of the meters and change the 
area directly in front of the Hotel to a white curb to facilitate 
the Taxi drop off and guest check in. What was unforseen, was 
that the street becomes a tow away zone between the hours of 
3pm and 7pm. This tow away ruling takes precedence over the 
white curb, and cars are being ticketed if they stop to unload 
passengers and luggage. 

The Hotel is very small (160 rooms) so the number of cars 
between those four hours are minimal. Due to the designed set 
back of the building at that point, the installation of a curb 
cut would resolve the Hotel problems and leave the street free 
for unimpeded traffic flow, without reducing the available 
pedestrian traffic below the 11' foot dimention that exists at 
other locations prior to and after the proposed cut. 

I have enclosed twelve sets of plan sheets 1 and 2, showing 
the suggested locations and size of the cut and it's relationship 
to the entire block. After your initial review of these documents 
please let me know if you feel any additional information or draw- 
ings would be helpful in securing approval from the various city 
departments . 




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,. .-.: Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of August 18, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Encroachment Permit, 1 Holland Court PHASE I, II, III 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 



fison 
William Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselvne C Swig 
Ray Taliafeiro 

>tri Vedensky. |r. 

£. jrFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission, 
Tlanning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PRESENTED BY ; One Holland Court Company, 150-4th Street, SF 94103 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Beautif ication of Holland Court between Holland and Howard streets 
Plans include entry court remodelling, textured concrete pavement, 
brick pavers, concrete ramp, deck and stairs, tree planters. 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



or the Committee: /^^/yv^ A y^'^t-Cf^ , Chairperson 
he Arts Commission at its meeting of Septem ber 14, 



F 

Th 

Resolution No. 



987 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 





4S "- |de Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of 8-18-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Review of Market S. Boarding Islands PHASE 1 > H 



Dlannc Feinsteln 

MAYOR 

Cl.iiie N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 



WTifiam Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
r '^i Vedensky. |r. 

f f JrFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PRESENTED BY: 



Ed Janelli, Landscape Architecture 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Applicant presented plans for the Market Street Boarding Islands 
Plans include use of brick paving with herringbone pattern, 
granite curves; replacement of previously planned railings 
with 3/8" stainless teel tubing painted or coated in a bronze 
finish. 

Committee Recommendation: To consider using a dark blue on the 
railings rather than bronze. Blue to harmonize with the blues 
to be used on the Market St. bus shelters and the path of gold 
fixtures. 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



Above recommendatio 



For the Committee: 




7T ((ZUahZ , 



_ , Chairperson 
The Arts Commission at its meeting of September 14, 1987 



Resolution No . : C \}^\ "ft ~\ * ~*h Is 
as indicated herein. 



approved the project submissior 








45"- ^Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of 8-18-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: flaxflald Pnni r^k 



PHASE II. HI 



PRESENTED BY: 



Jorge Alfaro, Bureau of Architecture 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claiie N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
lacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 



rh Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
T "■' Vedensky. |r. 

L. ^tlCIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Ails Museum. 
Libiary Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Applicant presented final plans for the Garfield Pool Rehab. 
Applicant had met with mural artists who had agreed to modify 
the mural after construction, continuing the mural design along 
the new structure. 

Committee recommendation: to replace the brick with glazing 
(wall-to-wall) which would be more aesthetically pleasing and which 
would allow the mural to maintain its current shape and form. 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



architect's consideration and follwo through on recommendation 



For the Committee: 




C^W/Ust* , 



Chairperson 



m, n K *.- c Sept. 14, 1987 
The Arts Commission at its meeting of *_ _ 

Resolution No. : ^\\\~ fc ^ " ^M 



approved the project submissior 



as indicated herein, 





.1, 



4\, /te Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of August 18 r 1 987 >reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated^ subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Excel sior Fieldhouse 



PHASE 



PRESENTED BY: 



Dianne Teinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Project disapproved. Applicant requested to consider recommendations 
made by Committee and to resubmit new plans. 



V^Hffi Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 

P ".i Vedensky, jr. 

e. AlCIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



Committee Recommendation: 



Subject to: 





For the Committee :_ 
The Arts Commission at it^ meeting of 
Resolution No.: ^\\A~^ ^ " "*) ifi 
as indicated herein. 



„ /• f^-n^ilc^3 Chairperson 



approved the project submission 








4l _Ae Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of August 18 1987 ? reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION 



. S.F. League of Urban Gardeners 



PHASE x > 11 



PRESENTED BY: 



Keith Nakatani 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Cl.iite N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

V.'rnon Alley 



'^^Bfn Paterson 
Peter Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
n *ri Vedensky. |r 

u JTFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION ; 

Plans for a community garden at Visitacion Valley on the edge 

of McLaren Park. 30-50 garden pits with 100-150 sq. feet per plot. 

Cyclon fence. 

Recommendatin: to use a black vinyl chain-link fence. Use more 
natural and curvilinear forms rather than the straight lines as 
presented on applicant's plans. 

Committee recommended that the applicant meet with a professional 
landscape architect to enhance the plans and to obtain more detailed 
specifications. Applicant will come to the full Arts Commisison meeting 
on 9-15-87 to submit these revised drawings. 

Phase III to be approved at the Arts Commission meeting. 




Committee Recommendation; approved 



Subject to: 



Phase I, II review a,t/Arts Commission meeting; Phase III submittal. 

For the Committee: /\J£~+ty1 /. (/^n^dt^ , Chairperson 

The Arts Commission at its meeting of September 14, 1987 , 

Resolution No . : 4 \A " \ ' "SS ^ approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 





I 



4 -1e Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94 1 02 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of August 18. 1987 » reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Pageboy Storefront Awning, Sutter StP.HASE 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Zlaite N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

lOMMISSIONERS 
acqueline Nemerovski 
'resident 

Robert LaRocca 
/ice President 

/ernon Alley 



PRESENTED BY : Paul Newman 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Project denied due to inadequate submission of materials. 



Wm Paterson 
'eler Rodriguez 
'.oselyne C Swig 
.ay Taliaferro 

i Vedensky. |r 



,FFICIO MEMBERS 
residents of the 
ine Arts Museum, 
ibrary Commission, 
'anning Commission. 

eoeation and Park 

Dmmission 




Committee Recommendation: not approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 




/ , /^w^^^ , Cha 



lrperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of_ 
Resolution No.: 



approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

15 SEPTEMBER 1987 

3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

MAIN LIBRARY CIVIC CENTER 

THIRD FLOOR 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 

Rr«plvnc C $wig 




OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



AGENDA 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 



I. Hertzka & Knowles Associates/Enroachment 
Permit for Congregation Emanu-El 

II. Marquis Associates/6th & Folsom Rec Center 



III. Coastside County Water District/Crystal 
Spring Water Supply Project 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW 



PHASES(S) 



I, II, III 



III 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



IV. Garfield Square Rehabilitation 
V. Alta Plaza Rehabilitation 



II, III 
II, ITT- 





45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of Sept. 15, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated^ subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Encroachment Permit/Temple Emanu-El PHASE I. Hi HI 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 



re-r-TKodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum. 
Library Commission. 
Planning Commission. 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PRESENTED BY: 



Hertzka and Knowles Associates 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Encroachment Permit for Children's Play area for Temple Emanu-El. 
Plyground to be sited on sidewalk space on East side of Second Avenue, 
North of Lake St. Dimensions of playground to be 11 feet x 55 feet. 

Playground will have slide, sandboxes and play equupment. Existing 

parking areas and trees will remian. A chain link fence with 

wooden slats will fence in play area. Fence will be 4' from curb line 

Committee recommendation: To use wood for fence with a stain color 
compatible with surrounding architecture. 




Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



Above recommendations 

For the Committee: fj jj}(tl\. ((lOJUV^I i^f\ > Chairperson 

The Arts Commission U)t \&ts meeting of U October 5, 1987 , 

Resolution No.: \Q<>' ffi ' "*"^\^ approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 



CA 94102 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of Sept. IS, 1 Qft iffeviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 6th & Fol.som St. Playground 



PHASE 111 



Nf.RS 
;merovski 



it 



guez 
Swig 
o 
nsky. |r. 

i MEMBERS 
of the 
useurn. 
amission. 
Dmmission, 
and Park 
in 



PRESENTED BY: Robert Marquis, Marquis Associates 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Final plans for playground and recreation center at 6th and Folsom. 

Use of three colors of cone block for exterior; whie, grey and 
grey split face. Rec. center will have metal roofing with a 
batten system, grey colored. Other facade areas to be stucco. - 
Window mullions will be in black metal. 



Committee Recommendation: 



Approved 



Subject to; 




For the 
The Ar 



e Committee: f^M/M {l^\i\^t\ fe chairperson 

ts Commission lafc its meeting of l October 5, 1 

Resolution No.: \flV^)\ " ^H 



is indicated herein. 



987 



approved the project submission 




45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of Sept. 15 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Coastside County Water District 



PHASE 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claite N Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
|acqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 



Feier Rodriguez 
Roselyne C Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. ]r 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PRESENTED BY: 



Water Supply Project 



Jim Teter 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Plans presented for pump station and pipeline. Pump station 

to be 20' x 120;. Painted concrete building with copper patinated 

roof. Acoustical absorption material on interior. Planting 

to be cyanothis. 

Committee Recommendation: to cover perimeter of pump station area 
with foliage and to use vertigris on copper roof. Request for 
survey of existing trees fir Phase II submission 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



above recommendations. 



For the Committee: fy-AtHM {/Y%{\y \{1: /A Chairperson 

The Arts Commission a^\its^ meeting of [October 5, 1987 , 

Resolution No. : \p*v" & A " 7u approved the project submission 

as indicated herein. 




September 8, 19 87 



nst % 




Regina Almaguer 

The Arts Commission of San Francisco 

45 Hyde Street, Room 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

Re: Crystal Springs Water Supply Project, 
Phase I Schematic Design Review 

Dear Ms. Almaguer: 

This letter is to request that the CCWD be placed on the agenda 
for the Civic Design Committee meeting on September 15, 1987 
for Phase 1: Schematic Design Review of the above-referenced 
project. 

The overall Crystal Springs Water Supply Project, as shown on 
enclosed Figure 1, consists of a water pump station at Upper 
Crystal Springs Reservoir, a pipeline from the pump station to 
Half Moon Bay, and a water treatment plant expansion in Half 
Moon Bay. The portions of the project proposed to be located 
on lands of San Francisco Water Department are depicted on en- 
closed Figures A,B,C,D & E. Both the Crystal Springs Pump 
Station and the surge tank will be above-ground structures which 
will be presented for Phase 1 Schematic Design Review in con- 
formance with the Arts Commission submittal requirements. The 
17,000 feet of water pipeline will be buried, except for one 
above-ground crossing of a small creek. 

The purpose of the Crystal Springs Water Supply Project is to 
augment the CCWD ' s water supply in order that the 10 year mora- 
torium on new water service connections can be lifted. The 
major delay in project implementation has been conforming with 
the requirements of the California Coastal Act. However, all 
required Coastal Development Permits have now been granted, and 
the CCWD is ready to proceed with project final design and con- 
struction. San Francisco Water Department has formally approved 
the conceptual design of the Crystal Springs Pump Station, and 
has preliminarily approved the design of the pipeline and surge 
tank. 

The sole project funding source is connection fees paid by 
applicants for new water service connections. The cost of a 
residential-size water service connection has been established 




766 MAIN STREET. HALF MOON BAY, CALIFORNIA 94019 415-726-4405 



Page 2 

The Arts Commission of San Francisco 

September 8, 19 87 



at $6,970. Cost of the facilities proposed for location on 

San Francisco Water Department property is estimated as follows: 

CURRENT ESTIMATED FACILITY COST IN MILLION DOLLARS 



Crystal Springs Pump Station 

Pipeline 

Surge Tank 

Total Facility Cost 



$ 4.2 
2.0 
0.2 

$ 6.4 



I will be making the presentation on behalf of the District, 
accompanied by the project architect from Kennedy/ Jenks/Chilton 
Consulting Engineers. Thank you for your assistance on this 
matter. If you have questions or require additional information, 
you may reach me at (415)589-1435. 



Sine 





"ames S. Teter 
District Engineer 

JST:tj 

Enclosures 

cc: James Cooney, San Francisco Water Department 





ie Street 
19 

ncisco.CA 94102 
8 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of Sept. 15, 1987 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Garfield Pool Rehabilitation 



PHASE 1T ' m 



saacs 

R 

SIONERS 
: Nemerovski 

Rocca 
dent 

ley 
)uncan 



Inguez 
C Swig 
rro 
lensky. |r. 

D MEMBERS 

of the 
Auseum. 
mmission. 
ommission. 

and Park 
in 



PRESENTED BY: George Alfaro BUreau of Architecture 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION : 

Final plans for rehabilitation of Play area and pool area. 
Plans include use of concrete block and wall-plaster finish 
for wall area leading to pool. Use of window glazing 
on exterior. 



Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee $JjrtNL (()^:\A\\( j (MA , Chairperson 
The Arts Commission at' its meeting ^f October 5, 1987 



l^ at' its meeting 
Resolution No.: \D\^vV^ V(^ 
as indicated herein. 



approved the project submission 




is n v dc Stieet 
Suite 310 

S,in Froncisco. CA 94I0Z 
415 55B 3463 



CIVIC 



DESIGN 



C M M I T T E E 



SEP 

DEFERRED TO^j. 

'"""^o of ArcbJW^S* 




ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 



The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 

meeting of 8-18-87 , reviewed the following project and recommends 

action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Cli'ilC N ISAACS 

DIRECTOR 

CO/ IMISSIONER5 
jcicciiirline Nemetovski 
I'icsklciK 

RobcK t.iRocca 
Vice I'tesideni 

Vompn Alley 
limnlhy Purloin 




Roselyne C Swio, 

P.iy Telli.lfeirn 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r 

LX Officio MEMBERS 
Piest'ctenls nf ihe 
Fine Ails Museum 
Library Commission, 
running Commission, 
RecreMion ,mtl P.irk 
Commission 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: ( -; 3rfip ia Pnnl R P h,h 



PHASE II, HI 



PRESENTED BY: 



Jorge Alfaro, Bureau of Architecture 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION 



Applicant presented final plans for the Garfield Pool Rehab. 
Applicant had met with mural artists who had agreed to modify 
the mural after construction, continuing the mural design along 
the new structure. 



committee recommendation: to replace the brick, with glazing 
{iJk (wall-to-wall) which would be more aesthetically pleasing and which 
♦ * would allow the mural to maintain its current shape arid form. 




imendat Ion: 



approved 



Sub i ect to: 



chitect's consideration and follwo throu nmendat 

,( (fCrt^UU^t^ — , Chairper; 









■son 



Lon 








approved the 



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45 Hyde Street 
Suite 319 

San Francisco. CA 94102 
415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, at its 
meeting of £>e P t - 15 » 19 ° 7 , reviewed the following project and recommends 
action to the Commission as indicated, subject to such conditions as may 
be noted. 



Dianne Feinstein 
MAYOR 

Claire N. Isaacs 
DIRECTOR 

COMMISSIONERS 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 



\er Rodriguez 
Roselyne C. Swig 
Ray Taliaferro 
Dmitri Vedensky. |r. 

ex orncio members 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Tlanning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: 



Alta Plaza Rehabilitation 



PHASE 



II 



PRESENTED BY: 



DPW Burea of Engineering 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Rehabilitation of play area with pine trees on perimeter. 
Rehabilitation of gazeno and wood tower. 

Committee requested details of the tower; details of the 
topography; detail of planting edges; cross section through 
park area; detail of gazebo design; and full elevation of 
spiral staircase for Phase III approval. 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



presentation of above materials for Phase III 



For the Committee : ftu'jlA (bLvJ VV j?//V , Chairperson 

The Arts Commission' Jat^ its meeting Qf October 5, 1987 , 

Resolution No.: U>s <^\" !T\U> approved the project submission 



as indicated herein. 




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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3163 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 

13 OCTOBER 1987 

3:00 - 5:00 pm. 

MAIN IIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 

THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROC 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



AGENDA 



pHASE(S) 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
]o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 



Ro^npe L. Swig 
Felix M. Warburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 




SUB MISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

I. City Hall Fitness Program Locker Rooms 

II. Mission Dolores Fieldhouse Renovation 
III. Garfield/King/Hamilton Pool Modifications 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 



IV. Alta Plaza Rehabilitation 



SUBMISSIONS BY RECREATION AND PARKS 



V 



V . Demonstration Garden/Strybing Arboretum 



I, II, III 

I, II, III 

II, III 



III 



I, II, III 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



MAYOR 
Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
Ceorge T. Rockrise 



EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of Qctober 13, 1987 , reviewed the following project 
and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Alta Plaza Rehabilitation 



PHASE III 



PRESENTED BY: John R. Pons, Project Manager, DPW/Bureau of Engineering 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

4 play structures, two 7 ft. deck w/rail; two swings and horizontal bars 
Play structure to be constructed of unstained douglas fir - 6 x 6 & 8 x ! 
posts ; stained roof structure supported by metal pieces. 

Slide with metal spiral stair to deck and tower. 

Infant area w/ seating around perimeter with gate on low concrete wall. 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 




Committee Recommendation: Approved Subject to: change 

17 \ inch back of bench seating to 15 inch and change of green concrete in 



pavillion structure to earthtone, 
For the Committee: 



, Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 5 November 1987 

Resolution No. 115-87- 407 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

<115 558 3-163 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of October 13, 1987 , reviewed the following project 
and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Demonstration Garden Gazebo 



PHASE I, II, III 



PRESENTED BY: 



Strybing Arboretum & Botanical Gardens-Golden Gate Park 
Walden R. Valen, Director Strybing Arboretum 



Department of Parks & Recreation 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Agenda Item V 



COMMISSIONERS 

latqueline Nemerovskl 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 



A small garden in memory of Jeanne Wolf located within the demonstrations 
gardens in the Arboreteum. \±n Golden Gate Park near County Fair building. 

wooden 
Small 7ft x 7ft/ gazebo on concrete slab - Construction Cost $5,000. 



EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
".laire N. Isaacs 



Committee Recommendation: APPROVED 



Subject to 




For the Committee: 



, Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 2 November 1987 
Resolution No. 112-87- 408 



approved the project 



submission as indicated herein. 



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45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 

17 NOVEMBER 1987 

3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

MAIN LIBRARY, CIVIC CENTER 

THIRD FLOOR COMMISSIONERS ROOM 



AGENDA 



PHASE (S) 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 
Peter Rndripnp7 



SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 



I, 

II 



III, 
IV, 



Civic Center Plaza Rehabilitation 
Market Street Transit Project: 

a. Signage , handicapped ramps, crosswalks 

b. Boarding Islands 

Buchanan Mall/ Ella Hutch Recreation Center 
Hunters Point Playground Rehabilitation 



SUBMISSIONS BY RECREATION AND PARKS DEPARTMENT 

V. Union Square: Lighting for Dewey Monument 
SUBMISSIONS BY PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 



I, II, III 
III 

II, III 
II, III 



I, II, III 



EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



VI. Muni Metro System/Handicap Loading Platforms at 
Ocean Avenue and Junipero Serra 

SUBMISSIONS BY DPW/BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE 

VII. Louis Sutter Fieldhouse Renovation 

VIII. Excelsior Fieldhouse Renovation 

IX. Siting Plans for Public Restrooms 

X. Lighting for Maltese Grill/Mbnadnock Building 

XI. Discussion of future design work for Cultural Centers 

XII. Cow Hollow Playground Rehabilitation 

XIII. City Hall Fitness Programs 

XIV. Mission Dolores Fieldhouse Renovation 

XV. Coit Tower Plaque Revision 



I, II, III 



I, II, III 
I, II, III 
I resubmittal 
I, II, III 



I, II, III 
I, II, III 
III supp. 



PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 




XVI. Angler's Lodge GGP, Wall and Rod Rack 

XVII. Kearny Street Program Proposal/SOMAR 

XVIII. Sprankle, Lynd & Sprague /Renovation and 
Landscaping at Airport Hilton 

XIX. Thomas Keane/Telephone Booth Permits 

XX. Rincon Center Associates/Art Review/55 Mission St, 

XXI, Whisler-Patri/Artwork Review/200 California 



I 






III (b) 




I, 


II, 


III 


I, 


II, 


III 


I, 


II, 


III 




<15 I lyde Street 

Suite 3 19 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

•US 5S8 J-K.3 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Civic Center plaza Rehabilitation pRASE Information & 
Review o nly 

PRESENTED BY: DPW/Bureau of Engineering, Shannon Maloney, Proj . Mgr. 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



h woi 

I. inne Feinstein 



I. jMMISSIONERS 

)." queline Nemnrovski 
1'iesident 

R< ■hert l.aRorca 
\ e President 

V rnon Alley 

I nolhy Duncan 

Si mley Eichelbaum 

)c Hanson 

U illiam Paterson 

Anna-Marie B. Metwally 

George T. Rockrise 

I'l lei l)n, 



Shannon Maloney presented historic drawings of the Civic Center 
Plaza and stated that the object of the phased rehabilitation would 
be, at this time, to restore the neo-classic design, to increase 
light at night wi thing a cost effective budget. Discussion ensued on 
the possibility cf diagonal lines proceeding into the plaza from each 
corner. Commissioner Rockrise suggested that a volumnetic study be 
done and that a master plan be implemented. Commissioner LaRocca 
moved that the study be implemented; it was seconded by Commissioner 
Warburg. In conclusion Commissioner Rockrise stated he would like 
to have a special meetng arranged between DPW Director, Rec & Park 
General Manager and the City Librarian. 



EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
fine Aits Museum, 
I ibrary ( ommission. 
Planning Commission, 
R( i nation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 







Committee Recommendation: C -^',<2/lifi*&^— Subject to: 

V 

Ht 



For the Committee 



'^J&47\^ I I c= ^*^ < ^<- , Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. approved the project 



submission as indicated herein, 



Agenda Item 1 




5 Hyde Street 

uite 319 

an Francisco, CA 94102 

15 558 3463 



lAYOR 

ianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

rqueline Nemerovski 
esident 

:>bert LaRocca 
ce President 

?rnon Alley 
mothy Duncan 
anley Eichelbaum 
) Hanson 
/illiam Paterson 
nna-Marie B. Metwally 
.eorge T. Rockrise 



arourg 

X OFFICIO MEMBERS 

residents of the 
ine Arts Museum, 
ibrary Commission, 
lanning Commission, 
ecreation and Park 
ommission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of November 17, 198 7 reviewed the following project 
and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Market Street Transit Program PHASE I ' II > 111 

PRESENTED BY: DPW/Bureau of Engineering/Edward Janelli, Landscape Archi tect 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Phases I II III 

Signage to conform to existing traffic signs using international signs; 
parking signs to use two vertical bars with graphics on flat surface; 
handicapped ramps to conform to existing ramps, crosswalks to be integral 
colored concrete. 

Boarding Islands - Phase III approved as presented. 



RECTOR 
aire N. Isaacs 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee 




^P/^Aa**-, 



Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of December 7, 1987 

Resolution No. CD127-87-427 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



y 7&* 



AGENDA ITEM 2 




IS Hyde Street 
iliite 1 19 

i. m Franc isco, CA 94102 
115 55(1 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION; Buchanan Mall/Ella Hutch Recreation pHASE llf 111 

Center 
PRESENTED BY: Bonnie Ng, Landscape Architect /DPW Bureau of Engineering 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



IAYOR 

ianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

tqueline Nemerovski 
esidenl 

>l>ert LaRot ca 
c President 

i non Alley 
nothy Duncan 
uiley Fichelbaum 

Hanson 
Illiani Paterson 
ma-Marie B, Metwally 

oige T. Rockiise 
i Kocliiiiuez 



OFFICIO MEMBERS 

sidents of tire 
ie Arts Museum, 
irary Commission, 
inning Commission, 
creation and Park 
mmission 



[ECTOR 

ire N. Isaacs 



Submittal disapproved pending resubmital of drawings with 
design overlays reflecting position of light standards and 
bench placements. 




Committee Recommendation: DISAPPROVED 



Subject to: 



/i/rt 



\J&Y^ / /cVgH ^teiri 



For the Committee: alrperson 

The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 7 -87-425 dis approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 






Agenda Item 




15 Hyde Street 

itiite 319 

ian Francis* o, CA 94102 

I15 558 3-163 



tAYOR 

Mamie Feinstein 



OMMISSIONERS 
k qneline Nemerovski 
resident 

nbert LaRocca 
ce President 

>rnon Alley 
molhy Duncan 
anley Eichelbaum 

i Hanson 
'illiam Pateison 
nna-Marie li. Metwally 
eorge T. Rockrise 
L-trr RodriniiP7 



X OFFICIO MEMBERS 

residents of the 
ne Arts Museum, 
hrary Coinrnission, 
aiming Commission, 

'creation and Park 

immission 



RECTOR 

lire N. Isaacs 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION; Union Square/Dewey Monument Lighting> HASE I, II, II I 

PRESENTED BY: Deborah Learner/Dept . of Recreation & Parks 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Proposed lighting to illumine Dewey monument 







Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



submission of fixture specifications 

For the Committee: y%Qa^ f ^^--fzftA^<-^ Chairperson 

The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 -87-430 approved the project 



submission as indicated herein. 



Agenda Item 




Hyde Street 
lite 119 

n I Mm isi o, ( A 94102 
5 551) M63 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 

such conditions as may be noted. 

Muni Metro System/Handicap Loading Platforms 
PROJECT SUBMISSION: Ocean Avenue and Junipero Serra PHASE I> II, H I 

PRESENTED BY: Donald J. Eng, Project Manager /PUC Utilities Engineering Bureau 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



\YOR 

iiinc Femstein 



)MMISSIONERS 

queline Nemerovski 
isident 

Sort LaRorca 
c President 

noil Alley 

lothy Duncan 

iley Eichelbaum 

lanson 

liam Paterson 

la-Marie F). Metwally 

>i^e T. Rorkiise 

• 'i Rodriguez 



Applicant presented drawings for handicapped access loading platforms 
which conform to existing platforms at Muni stations. 



OFFICIO MEMBERS 

-.ideals of the 
a Arts Museum, 
ary Commission, 
ining Commission, 
reation and Park 
imisi ion 



CTOR 
e N. Isaacs 




Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 



/ 



If T, 



\d^y - 



I fd^u^-- , 



Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 
Resolution No. CD12 -87-431 



7 December 1987 



approved the project 



submission as indicated herein. 



or* 



Agenda Item 






'• 'Sri*' 



4e8m 



• Hyde Stioet 

n I rancisi o, CA 94102 
'» 550 3-163 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Louis Sutter Fieldhouse Renovation pHASE^^^ iji 



\YOR 

inne Feinstein 



iMMISSIONERS 
queline Nemerovski 
sident 

>ert LaRocca 

1 President 

non Alley 

othy Duncan 

lley Eiclielbaum 

lanson 

liam Paterson 

la-Marie B. Metwally 

nge T. Rockrise 

er Rodriguez 



OFFICIO MEMBERS 

iidents o( ihe 
! Arts Museum, 
ary Commission, 
ning Commission, 
cation and Park 
imission 



CTOR 
> N. Isaacs 



PRESENTED BY: Bob Appleton, DPW Bureau of Architecture 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

Louis Sutter Fieldhouse near McNab Lake in McLaren Park. 
Redesigned restrooms, new kitchen facility, exterior lighting; 
exterior glass blocks, with laminated window panels inserted. 







Committee Recommendation: 



Approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 




/ /iv/u^ , 



Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 J -b7-432 approved the project 



submission as indicated herein. 



Agenda Item 7 




I lyde Street 
ile 119 

i Francisco, CA 94102 
5 550 311)3 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION; Excelsior Field House Renovation PHASE 1 > IX » 

PRESENTED BY: Robert Appleton, DPW Bureau of Engineering 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



YOR 

nne Feinstein 



MMISSIONCRS 
incline? Nemerovski 
ident 

;rt LaR<>( ca 
President 

on Alley 

id >' Duncan 

ey Eicheluaum 

mson 

am Paterson 

i-Marie B. Metwally 

rc T. Rockrise 

i Rocliicuez 



Renovation of existing fieldhouse. Plans include 
the development of a handicapped rampe; removal 
of an unused fireplace and exterior chimney, 
and extension of an existing deck. 



IFFICIO MEMBERS 

dents of the 
Aits Museum, 
ry Commission, 
iiiR C ommission, 
ation and Park 
nission 



TOR 
N. Isaacs 



Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 




For the Committee: George Rockrise 



, Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 -87- 432 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



Agenda Item 
VII 




Hyde Street 

to 319 

i I rancisco, CA 94102 

. 558 1-163 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION:Public Restrooms Siting Plans PHASE I Resubmittal 



OFFICIO MEMBERS 

iclents of the 
Arts Museum, 
uy Commission, 
ning Commission, 
cation and Park 
mission 



CTOR 
N. Isaacs 



PRESENTED BY: Woodrow JOnes, Bureau of Architecture 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



YOR 

nne feinstein 



MMIVSIONERS 

|ueline Nemerovski 
idem 

ert LaRocca 

Piesident 

ion Alley 

ilhy Ounran 

ley Eichelbaum 

lanson 

iam Pateison 

a-Marie B. Metwally 

rge T. Rockrise 



Siting plans for public toilets; sites on file 
at Arts Commission Office. 



Committee Recommendation: APPROVED 



Subject to 




For the Committee: GEORGE ROCKRISE 



, Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 -87-433 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 







Hyde Street 
ilo 319 

) Francisco, CA 94102 
S 558 M63 



lYOR 

nine Feinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 



such conditions as may be noted. 

Monadnock Building 
PROJECT SUBMISSION: Maltese Grill Lighting 



PHASE I, II, HI 



PRESENTED BY: Shannon Maloney, DPW/Bureau of Engineering 

Sharon deZordo, deZordo Associates, 953 Market at. #605, tm 94102 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



IMMISSIONERS 
(|iipline Nemerovski 
sident 

lert LaRoi ca 
e Presidenl 

noil Alley 
.oihy Duncan 
iley Eichelbaum 
lanson 

liam Paterson 
m-Marie B. Metwally 
ofge T. Rocktise 
or Rodriguez 




OFFICIO MEMBERS 

■sidents of the 
e Arts Museum, 
rary Commission, 
min^ Commission, 
real ion and Park 
nmission 



ECTOR 

e N. Isaacs 



Committee Recommendation: 



Subject to 




For the Committee 



, Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CDir r -87- approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



'A 



X. 



iSgPs^-fti; 




Hyde Street 
e 319 

Francisco, CA 94102 
558 3163 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 

such conditions as may be noted. 

DISCUSSION FOR FUTURE 
PROJECT SUBMISSION: SFAC CULTURAL CENTERS DESIGN WORK PHASE 



PRESENTED BY: 



Russ Abel, DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



>'OR 

ine Feinstein 



UMISSIONERS 

lueline Nemerovski 
ident 

ert LaRcx ca 
President 

ion Alley 
Hhy Duncan 
ley Eiclielbaum 
lanson 

1am Paterson 
a-Marie B, Metwally 
n ge T. Rockrise 
i RodiiRnez 



3FFICIO MEMBERS 

iidents of the 
s Arts Museum, 
aty Commission, 
nini> Commission, 
cation ,ind Park 
imission 



CTOR 
? N. Isaacs 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Committee requested the development of a joint workplan for 
each cultural center: Mission Cultural Center, Western Addition 
Cultural Center and South of Market Cultural Center) 




Committee Recommendation: Discussion only 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: 




I ( < -^£u^^ i Chair 



person 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. "':■ ■ ■ ,- - approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



S& 



Agenda Item 11 




de Street 

319 

ancisco, CA 94102 

58 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of November 17, 198 7 reviewed the following project 
and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Cow Hollow Playground Rehabilitatioife^gg I 

PRESENTED BY: Jennifer O'Connor, Proj . Mgr. - DPW/Bureau of Engineering 



Feinstein 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Rehab of existing playground and addition of new play equipment; relocation 
of sandbox and seating areas. 



1ISSIONERS 
ine Nemerovski 
nt 

LaRocca 
?sident 

Alley 
,' Duncan 

Eichelbaum 
;on 

Paterson 
larie B. Metwally 

T. Rockrise 



Urg 

ICIO MEMBERS 

nts of the 
s Museum, 
Commission, 
>, Commission, 
on and Park 
sion 



)R 
Isaacs 




Committee Recommendation: 



approved 



Subject to: 




■42*^/ / ^^^ > Chaii 



For the Committee: unairperson 

The Arts Commission at its "meeting of December 7, 1987 

Resolution No. CD127-87-435 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



AGENDA ITEM 1 




1 1 ycli" Slicet 
G 119 

Francisco, CA 94102 

558 JIG3 



i'OR 

me r einstein 



vIMISMONERS 
ueline Nemerovski 
ident 

ert LaRorca 
President 

ion Alley 

)ihy Duncan 

ley Eichelbaum 

anson 

iani Paterson 

a-Marie B. Metwally 

rge T. Rockrise 

I Rodriguez 



1FFICIO MEMBERS 

idents of the 
Arts Museum, 
sty Commission, 
ning Commission, 
nation and Park 
imission 



CTOR 
1 N. Isaacs 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: City Hall Fitness Programs 



PHASE I, II, III 



PRESENTED BY: Russ Abel, DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Conversion of existing bathrooms into locker and shower facilities. 



Committee Recommendation: 



Approved 



Subject to 




For the Committee 




/ d^hjti^*^. — t Chairper 



person 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12'. -87- 436 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 






Agenda Iteiu l: 




le Sheet 
19 

ncisco, CA 94102 
8 3-K.3 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Mission Dolores Fieldhouse PHASE *» 11 * 1T1 



PRESENTED BY: 



Russ Abel 



DPW/Bureau of Architecture 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



einstem 



SSIONI RS 
e Nemerovski 

Korea 
dent 

ley 

luncan 
helbaum 

iterson 

e B. Metwally 

Rockrise 

liguez 



Rehabilitation of existing bathrooms to provide handicapped access, 



O MEMBERS 

of the 
ituseum, 

nmission, 
oMi mission, 
and Park 



Committee Recommendation: 



Approved 



Subject to: 





/ (r-r-zJus*-^-- > Cha: 



For the Committee: i/\ (F-*-i#l<l*-~-~~ Chairperson 

The Arts Commission at id's meeting of 7 December 1987 

approved the project 



Resolution No. CD12 ' 7-87- 437 



submission as indicated herein, 



Agenda Item 14 




I lyde Street 

It! SI 9 

i I i.iih is( o. CA 94102 

5 r )S!l )■!(>} 



,YOR 

nne leinstein 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Coit Tower Restoration 



PHASE 



III Supplemental 



PRESENTED BY: Barry Von Hugengroth/DPW Bureau of Architecture 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



MMISSIONERS 

lueline Nemerovski 
sklent 

iert laRocca 
i President 

noil Alley 
olhy Duncan 
iley Eichelbaum 
lanson 

liam Paterson 
la-Marie B. Metwally 
)ige T. Rockrise 
er Rodriguez 



OFFICIO MEMBERS 

sidents of the 

2 Arts Museum, 
ary Commission, 
ining Commission, 

reation and Park 

imission 



Committee recommended inclusion of NEA's donation to 
conservation efforts and questioned use of the word 
"eccentric. " 



: CTOR 
e N. Isaacs 



Committee Recommendation: Disapproved 



Subject to 





For the Committee: 




/ (r-r-i*\Asiy^*-- > Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12$-87- 438 approved the project 
/- 

submission as indicated herein. 



Agenda Item 15 




■I Hyde Street 
Suite 319 
S n I rancisi o, C A 94102 
i '■ SSH Jl(>3 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 

such conditions as may be noted. 

Golden Gate Park 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Angler's Lodge Rockfaced Wall and PH ASE I 

" Rod Rack 

PRESENTED BY: p on Labbe , Leslie Leasing Company, 2955 Kerner Blvd. 

San Rafael, CA 94901/ Deborah Learner, DPW/Recreation & Parks 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



I OMMISSIONERS 
Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert l.aRoc ca 

Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
I imolliy Duncan 
St mley I ichelbaum 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie R. Metwally 
George T, Rockrise 
Peter Rodriguez 



Extension of an existing rock-faced wall to incorporate 
rad rack; plans on file. 



EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Pri sidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library C ommission, 
Planning Commission, 
Re< reation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 




Committee Recommendation: Approved, 



Subject to 



For the Committee: 




fcLlutfTX. 



airperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12^ -87- 439 approved the project 



submission as indicated herein, 



Agenda Item 16 




45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of November 17, 198 7 reviewed the following project 
and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

I 



PROJECT SUBMISSION: Kearny St. Workshop Program 



PHASE 



Proposal - SOMAR 
PRESENTED BY: James Kjorvestad, Director SOMAR 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

Renovation of existing space to meet requirements of organization 
known as the Kearny St. Workshop Program 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 



Fel' 



dIUUfg 



EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 



Committee Recommendation: approved 



Subject to: 




Tf2ju~. , 



For the Committee: 



Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of December 7, 1987 

Resolution No. CD127-87-4 40 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 




AGENDA ITEM 17 



1 of 2 




45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
Jo Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 



FeiSWTWarburg 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 
at its meeting of November 17, 198 7 reviewed the following project 
and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 
such conditions as may be noted. 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: S.F. Airport Hilton PHASE III( ^ b ) 

Renovation Project Color Selection 
PRESENTED BY: Dick Groves, Hilton Gen. Mgr./Jim Bradanini, Orbis Desi gn Asso, 

Sprankle, Lynd & Sprague - Gary Frye .Architect 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

applicant requested to present new color samples for approval 

for exterior facade. 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 






'jvn 



Committee Recommendation: disapproved 



Subject to: 



For the Commi 



ttee : /%JQ*tt><s I jJ^-nA^L^ ,* Chair 



person 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of December 7, 1987 

Resolution No. CD127-87-441 approved the project 

submission as indicated herein. 



AGENDA ITEM 18 




•15 Hyde Street 
Sitil v> 319 

San I rancisco, CA 94102 
41S 558 3-163 



MAYOR 

Dianne feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

|>"ii c|ueline Nemerovski 
Piesidt-nt 

K iben LaRocca 
Vice Picsiclent 

\ 'iimn Alley 
1 1 nothy Duncan 
Si mlpy Richelbaum 
|ci I lanson 
\v illijm Pateison 
Anna-Marie H. Metwally 
C 'Or-ge T. Rockrise 
l'i tei Rodriguez 



F> OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning commission, 
Recreation and Park 
C ommission 



DIRECTOR 

l l.iiic N. Isaacs 



2 of 2 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 



such conditions as may be noted. 

S.F. Airport Hilton Landscape 

PROJECT SUBMISSION: Renovation Project 



PHASE III (b) 



PRESENTED BY : Dick Groves, Hilton General Manager; Mr. Jim Bradanini, 

0rbis design Associates, Inc. /Sprankle, Lynd & Sprague - Gary Frye 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Architect 



Decorative wall surface improvements and signage 




m 



Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



reduction in sheen of signage 



For the Committee 




/ 1^-nJu^i^— , 



Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 " -87- 441A approved the project 



submission as indicated herein. 



Agenda Item 18A 



reet 

co, CA 94102 
•If) 3 



■instem 



iSIONERS 

le Nemerovski 

t 

aRorca 
sident 

Alloy 
Duncan 

Eichelbaum 

on 

Pate i son 
larie II. Metwally 
• T. Rockrise 
iodriguez 



FICIO MEMBERS 

lents of the 
\rts Museum, 
y Commission, 
ing Commission, 
■ai ion .wd Park 
nission 



CTOR 

e N. Isaacs 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
ACTION RECOMMENDATION FORM 

The Civic Design Committee of the San Francisco Arts Commission, 

at its meeting of November 17 , reviewed the following project 

and recommends action to the Commission as indicted, subject to 

such conditions as may be noted. 

55 Mission Street Encroachment Permit 
PROJECT SUBMISSION: Rincon Center Associates/Art Review PHASE I, II, II I 

PRESENTED BY: Joe F. Ovadia, DPW Streets & Highways 
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 






Placement of decorative columns flanking main retail entrance, 
partially in public right-of-way. 

Disapproved; committee recommendation that applicant resubmit 
plans to eliminate columns. 



Committee Recommendation: Disapproved 



Subject to 







For the Committee 




/ (J c: ^^U^^ y Chairperson 



The Arts Commission at its meeting of 7 December 1987 

Resolution No. CD12 -87- 442 approved the project 



submission as indicated herein. 



Agenda Item 20 



ex; 




CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE MEETING 

15 December 1987 

3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

Main Library, Civic Center 

Third Floor Commissioners Room 



i Hyde Street 

Jite 319 

in Francisco, CA 94102 

'5 558 3463 



IAYOR 

ianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

icqueline Nemerovski 
resident 

obert LaRocca 
ice President 

ernon Alley 
imothy Duncan 
tanley Eichelbaum 
3 Hanson 
Villiam Paterson 
,nna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 

d ~ ri.: -,-, 



X OFFICIO MEMBERS 

residents of the 
ine Arts Museum, 
ibrary Commission, 
lanning Commission, 
;ecreation and Park 
Commission 



)IRECTOR 

llaire N. Isaacs 



AGENDA 
PRIVATE SUBMISSIONS 

1. Sprankle, Lynd & Sprague/Renovation and Landscaping 
Color Submittal/Airport Hilton/Dick Groves and 
Gary Frye 

2. 372 Sutter Retail Shop Awning (Paul Newman 

3. Benches (encroachment)/ area of 15 Mullen Avenue 
San Francisco (Mark Dunn) 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS SUBMISSIONS 

4. 926 Fillmore Street; 8' Retaining Wall 
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION SUBMISSIONS 

5. Municipal Railway Schematic Design (Donald Eng) 
DPW BUREAU OF ARCHITECTURE SUBMISSIONS 

6. Coit Tower Plaques Revision (Berry Von HungenGroth) 

7. Sunnydale Pub Station (Bruce Flynne , Walter Kocian) 

8. Silver Terrace Field House Renovation 
(Berry Von HungenGroth) 

RECREATION AND PARKS DEPARTMENT SUBMISSIONS 

9. Balboa Soccer Stadium Plaque (Deborah Learner) 
DPW BUREAU OF ENGINEERING SUBMISSIONS 

10. Grandview Park Improvements - Noreiga Street 
between 14th and 15th Avenues 

11. Lake Merced Shoreline Improvements 
Lake Merced Boulevard 

12. Buchanan Mall/Ella Hutch Recreation Center 
Buchanan Street to Golden Gate Avenue 

13. Oceanview Playground - Capital Avenue at 
Montana Street 



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5 Hyde Street 

Jite 319 

in Francisco, CA 94102 

'5 558 3463 



AYOR 

ianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

cqueline Nemerovski 
esident 

Jbert LaRocca 
ce President 

?rnon Alley 
mothy Duncan 
anley Eichelbaum 
Hanson 

'illiam Paterson 
ina-Marie B. Metwally 
eorge T. Rockrise 



DMVJIuUlg 

OFFICIO MEMBERS 

esidents of the 
ie Arts Museum, 
urary Commission, 
anning Commission, 
^creation and Park 
jmmission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 



The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of December 15, 1937 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted. 

(1) PROJECT Coit Tower Plaques Revision 

. Phase(s) 

Phone 



DPW Bureau of Architecture 
(2) PRESENTED BY Rarry Vnn HnngPn Crnfh 



(3) SITE LOCATION Coit Tower 



W BUDGET 



(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Two (2) plaques: Building Identification and 
Project. Wording approved. 

Placement of plaques: Alcove area on either 
side of revolving door at entrance to buildinj 
Location approved. 



RECTOR 
aire N. Isaacs 



Commission Use only 




Committee Recommendat i on : Approved 



Subject to: 



/kjj^v^ I /<^^^ »--Ghairper: 



For the Committee: /*Q*>vi / /<£-**~ »--fehair person. 
Commission meeting date: Jan. 5/88 Resolution No. 14-88-102 




5 Hyde Street 

uite 319 

an Francisco, CA 94102 

15 558 3463 



1AYOR 

'ianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

irqupline Nrmerovskl 
resident 

obert LaRocca 
ice President 
ernon Alley 
imothy Duncan 
tanley Eichelbaum 
) Hanson 
/illiam Paterson 
nna-Marie B. Metwally 
eorge T. Rockrise 
eter Rodriguez 



TOFI 



FFICIO MEMBERS 
esidents of the 
ne Arts Museum, 
brary Commission, 
anning Commission, 
?creation and Park 
ommission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 



The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the .San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of December 15, 1987 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted, 

(1) PROJECT Sunnydale Pump Station 

Phase(s) 1 



DPW Bureau of Architecture 
(2) PRESENTED BY Walter Kocian 



PhOne 558-4757 



(^) "sTTF I Of AT TON Expressway at Candlestick Park 

(4) BUDGET $ 2 °.° 00 - 000 



(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

The project encompasses a sewage pump station and a large 
30' X 20' box structure that stretches 1700 feet along 
the bay. The tops of both structures will provide a walk- 
way between the Bay and the expressway connecting with the 
Candlestick State Park. 85% of all structures are below 
grade or under landscaping. 



IRECTOR 
laire N. Isaacs 



Commission Use only 




Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



ittee: 4 fr*y, 7T &** *?+_, 



For the Committee; ^yw. /. ICUtA**-, , Chairperson, 
Commission meeting date: Jan. 5/88 Resolution No. 14-88-103 



Item 7 



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CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 



:A 94102 



)NERS 

Jemerovski 

)cca 

■y 

mean 
helbaum 

terson 

e B. Metwally 

Rockrise 



^ /Vamurg 

ZIO MEMBERS 

its of the 
> Museum, 
Commission, 
g Commission, 
ion and Park 
ssion 



The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of December 15, 1987 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted. 

(1) PROJECT Silver Terrace Fieldhouse Renovation 

Phase(s) hi 



■£ DPW Bureau of Architecture 

(2) PRESENTED BY Barry Von Hungen Groth 



PhOne 558-4527 



(3) SITE LOCATI 

(4) BUDGET 



Silver Terrace Playground/off Bayshore South 



(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Handicap ramps; alternate seating areas; new toilet 
facilities meeting codes; color scheme of greay, 
glue, and red. 



TOR 
N. Isaacs 




W7 



Commission Use only 
Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee 



-e: 4jLx ^^ Pr***+^ > Chai 



lrperson. 



Commission meeting date: Jan. 5/88 Resolution No. 14-88-104 

Tt-PTTI 8 




Hyde Street 

te 319 

' Francisco, CA 94102 

5 558 3463 



.YOR 

nne Feinstein 



'MMISSIONERS 

queline Nemerovski 
sident 

sert LaRocca 

e President 

non Alley 

lothy Duncan 

nley Eichelbaum 

Hanson 

liam Paterson 

la-Marie B. Metwally 

arge T. Rockrise 



3FFICIO MEMBERS 
sidents of the 
? Arts Museum, 
ary Commission, 
ining Commission, 
reation and Park 
nmission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 



The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of December 15 » 1987 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted. 

(1) PROJECT Ba lb° a Soccer Stadium Plaque/Matthew Boxer 

Phase(s) *-» IT » IIX 

Recreation and Farks Department 



(2) PRESENTED BY ^borah Learner 



PhOne 558-5918 



(3) SITE LOCATION Ba l°oa Park/West wall of Facilities Bldg. 

W BUDGET 

(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Plaque honoring Matthew Boxer to be placed 
at entrance to stadium. 



lECTOR 
ire N. Isaacs 




57s>^ 



Commission Use only 
Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



For the Committee: J ^^J^T f^^^^ r chairperson. 
Commission meeting date: Jan - 5/88 Resolution No. 14-88-105 

Item 9 




Hyde Street 
ite 319 

n Francisco, CA 94102 
5 558 3463 



\YOR 

anne Feinstein 



)MMISSIONERS 

:queline Nemerovski 
;sident 

bert LaRocca 
:e President 

rnon Alley 
nothy Duncan 
inley Eichelbaum 
Hanson 
lliam Paterson 
na-Marie B. Metwally 
orge T. Rockrise 
ter RnHrioiip7, 



OFFICIO MEMBERS 

sidents of the 
e Arts Museum, 
rary Commission, 
nning Commission, 
creation and Park 
mmission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 



The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of 15 December 1987 _ , 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted. 

(1) PROJECT Gran dview Park improvements 

Phase(s) 11 
Phone 



DPW Bureau of Engineering 
(2) PRESENTED BY John Pons/David Pierce 



(3) SITE LOCATION Noreiga Street between 14th. and 15th. Ave 



nues 



(4) BUDGET 



(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 



Issues: Erosion and accessibility. 

Proposed solution: Staircase, 4' wide, following 
natural land configuration, made of wood, cement, 
metal. Series of landings with connecting beams. 
164 stairs, with benches and rest areas at 3rd. 
and 6th. landings. Staircase begins on Noreiga 
Street. 



SECTOR 
ire N. Isaacs 



Commission Use only 




Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



ittee : < Qar^ T~ /^*y 



For the Committee: / yggy* / /we^^ Chairperson. 
Commission meeting date: Jan. 5/88 Resolution No. 14-88-106 



Item 10 




> Hyde Street 

lite 319 

m Francisco, CA 94102 

15 558 3-163 



AYOR 

anne Feinstein 



0MMISSIONERS 

cqueline Nemerovski 
esident 

sbert LaRocca 
ce President 
?rnon Alley 
mothy Duncan 
anley Eichelbaum 
Hanson 

'illiam Paterson 
ina-Marie B. Metwally 
eorge T. Rockrise 



.. .'voiUUIg 

i OFFICIO MEMBERS 

esidents of the 
ie Arts Museum, 
Jrary Commission, 
anning Commission, 
^creation and Park 
)mmission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 

The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of December is t iq«? 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted. 

(1) PROJECT Lake Merced Shoreline Improvements 



Phase(s)_i 
Phone 



DPW Bureau of Engineering 

(2) PRESENTED BY ° 

(3) SITE LOCATION Lake Merced Blvd - 

(4) BUDGET 

(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

Isues: Erosion and land/shore beautif ication, 



New fishing bloats and access to same, including 
one handicap pathway. Pathways constructed of 
2% ' wide railroad ties leading from roadways to 
floats. Railway-type bulkheads to be constructed 
to curb erosion. 

Committee suggested resdesign of float in schematic 
"Float F" to conform with curving shore. 



IRECTOR 
aire N. Isaacs 



Commission Use only 




&k| 



Committee Recommendation: Approved 



Subject to: 



Resubmittal of "Float F" 



wing- 




77 fZ^A^ r. Chairperson. 



For the Committee:. 

Commission meeting date: Jan - 5/88 Resolution No. 14-88-107 



Tf^ m 1 1 




45 Hyde Street 

Suite 319 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415 558 3463 



MAYOR 

Dianne Feinstein 



COMMISSIONERS 

Jacqueline Nemerovski 
President 

Robert LaRocca 
Vice President 

Vernon Alley 
Timothy Duncan 
Stanley Eichelbaum 
|o Hanson 
William Paterson 
Anna-Marie B. Metwally 
George T. Rockrise 

Pplpr Pr.Hr 




EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 
Presidents of the 
Fine Arts Museum, 
Library Commission, 
Planning Commission, 
Recreation and Park 
Commission 



CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE 
Project Description and Action Recommendation Form 



The CIVIC DESIGN COMMITTEE of the San Francisco Arts 
Commission, at its Meeting of December 15, 1987 
reviewed the following Project and recommends action 
to the Commission as indicated, subject to such con- 
ditions as may be noted. 

(1) PROJECT Ocean View Playground 

_ Phase(s) 1 

Phone 



(2) PRESENTED BY 



DPW Bureau of Engineering 



(3) 'sTTF I nPATTDN Capital Avenue at Montana Street 

(4) BUDGET 

(5) PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 

Playground rehabilitation. 



(Disapproved. Committe suggested a drawing be 
submitted showing trees, shrubbery, etc.) 



DIRECTOR 
Claire N. Isaacs 







'■''irr; , ~ 



Commission Use only 
Committee Recommendat i on : Disa PP roved 



Subject to: 



ittee: £j2*<yu /• Y^rAy . 



For the Committee: *&e*y^ /• f^nM^ Chairperson. 
Commission meeting date: Jan. 5/88 Resolution No. 14 - 88 " 108 

Item 13